4 Ways To Transform Your Home On A Budget

Friday, September 28, 2018
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If you're anything like I am, you are constantly thinking of ways to redo your home but can't seem to manage the budget or time. There's an easy solution: redo little things! Small changes can have a major impact. If you don't want to invest too much time or money but want to make a significant change in the appearance of a few rooms, try this:

1. Spray Paint Furniture
Despite the common belief that spray paints don't last as long as painting with a brush, spray paint is just as effective and long-lasting as other paint. It's amazingly simply to do at home, without professional help and can be used on most household items. Imagine a rusty old chair that has no use but is just sitting in the corner of your bedroom. How about making it a fashion accessory to your house? Get a spray paint gun and fill it with your favorite color. It can be as outlandish as crimson red or as common as beige. Place the painted accessory against a contrasting wall so it really stands out. If you need more spray on paint guns, go to paintsprayers.reviews and find out everything there is to know about them.

2. Makeshift Furniture Techniques
Use non-furniture items as part of your decor. For example, you can use old suitcases and trunks and make them into an end or coffee table! This is one of the easiest and most fashionable ways of reusing old trunks. Old trunks and suitcases have a vintage feel to them. Despite their heaviness, they are very sturdy and can withstand pressure, weight, and also have decorative locks. Just place three or four trunks or suitcases laterally on top of each other. Voila! You have a brand new, vintage table without spending money!

3. Add Lights
Adding sufficient and strategically placed lighting to a room is a good way of ensuring that the house looks pleasant and bright. An amazing and simple way of adding the missing style element to your house would be to hang fairy lights where needed. For example, you can hang them around a window of the room you do not open and close very frequently. If you're not a fan of fairy lights and have the risk of endangering little children with them, there's nothing better than a lamp! A lamp can be used at the right corners of a room to brighten it or just to give a stylish feel to the overall room. You can also find those very inexpensive, circular LED lights that can be embedded within the ceiling of your rooms. This is possibly one of the best ways of changing the overall feel and decor of your room.

4. Add Houseplants
One of my favorite ways to inject new life into a room is with, literally, new life...in the form of a houseplant. Greenery, whether it's real or faux, immediately adds color and life to a room. A large plant in a corner quickly becomes a focal point in the room. Or a collections of small succulents on a windowsill can be a conversation starter.

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