Need some ideas for redecoratig on a budget? Check out these cheap ways to makeover your home!
Scared to go big with color? Start by placing small, but bold, accent pieces around the room. Something as simple as a pillow, print, or blanket ($29, Overstock.com) can make a huge difference. As far as mettallics go, use frames and lamps to bring some shimmer and shine into your living space.
Choose an eye-popping graphic in a basic color ($28, Walmart.com) to add something extra to the enentry-way.
For a cheap way to add light and ambiance, invest in votives ($10, Mikasa.com). During the daytime, a well-designed votive doubles as an accent piece.
A cute ceramic creature or two ($20, Kohls) can add charm to an otherwise stiff living space. But keep the count to one or two—you don't want people thinking you're a hoarder!
Whether you use it to serve drinks or as a surfface for books, a simple tray can add sophistication to your rooms.
Nothing welcomes guest more than chic, country-inspired decor. Try throwing a few country pillows around your room for a more rustic look.
For somethng a little more glam (and slightly gothic), purchase a super cheep chandelier to hang over the dining room table or in the living room.
Make any space feel more like home with the addition of a simple mug or vase ($19, target.com).
Brighten up a space with a bold, high-power lamp ($15, Ikea.com).
You don't need real plants to create a nature-inspired area. Select fabrics with flower apliques or patterns to bring nature inside.
Even if you don't enjoy teatime, an antique kettle can add charm to a kitchen or dining room.