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Desperately wanting to restyle your home but think you can’t afford it? If this sounds familiar you’ll want to keep on scrolling as we guide you through 5 cost-cutting ways to restyle your home. So without further ado let’s get into it.
- Change your doors
Who said budget-friendly renovations only consisted of a bit of wallpaper and a new carpet? You can certainly make big changes to your home like getting new doors. We recommend you source out a professional door fitting company like fd2u who can get the job done at a reasonable price.
- Add a fresh lick of paint
Or a fresh scroll of wallpaper. Colours and patterns are great at evoking certain emotions in people and creating a specific atmosphere in your home.
Now, select floral or gingham patterns if you want to replicate a vintage home and paint with bold colours like crimson if you want to make a bold statement. Find out more about selecting a paint colour.
- Go ‘thrifting’
Glorify your home with adorable knick-knacks, furniture, and lighting all at a fair price. How do you ask? Thrifting is your answer. Hit charity and antique shops, thrift stores, and look on eBay and Etsy for good deals. Seriously, the world is your oyster when it comes to shopping for quality second-hand goods.
- Buy a jazzy stair runner
Stairs are a major feature of your home, and therefore, you’ll want to give them as much charm and pizazz as possible. You can do this by purchasing a stair runner. They are affordable and you can get your hands on many cool patterns and designs. See stair runner inspiration.
- Switch up your worktops
The whole kitchen is affected by the style of your worktops. Your stylish cabinets are guaranteed to be ruined by those ugly orangey wooden worktops therefore you ought to switch them up and get some faux marble or some smooth modern wood.
- Invest in some flowers
Flowers are cheap and beautiful. Growing them yourself is fun but get faux ones if you don’t think you’ll care for the plants well. Flowers don’t have to go in your garden either, you can put a vase of flowers in any room of your house. This is perfect for the summer season too. Don’t forget to water them!
- Move stuff around
This will really cut down on costs since you won’t be buying anything. You can bring your home back to life by moving furniture around and decluttering. It may not seem like much but it does make your home seem and feel a whole lot different.
In summary, you can cut costs and improve your home by buying a stair runner, getting new doors fitted, growing flowers, adding a pop of colour, thrift shopping, and investing in some new worktops.
A final word from us
Restyling your home is super fun but try not to get carried away. Ensure you set a budget beforehand and stick to it otherwise, you’ll be going way over your credit limit.