As the seasons change, many of us are ready to be “out with the old and in with the new.” The only problem is that redecorating and remodeling can be expensive! Luckily, we have 6 easy ways you can effortlessly refresh your space without breaking the bank!
Curb Clutter Chaos
The easiest way to revitalize a room is by eliminating the visual clutter. Room by room, take stock of all of your knick-knacks and accents and decide on which items no longer serve their purpose or match your style and donate them. This is a simple way to make your space feel more open and livable!
Rearrange Furniture, Not Your Budget
Make your space feel like new by simply rearranging furniture. If your sofa is pushed up against a wall, try pulling it more towards the center of the room for a more intimate and cozy atmosphere. You’ll be surprised by how different your space will look and feel within just a few hours! (Plus we’re pretty sure this counts as exercise.)
Reflect on Creating a Larger Space
Want to make a room feel bigger without the cost of a construction crew? Adding a well-placed mirror will do just that by visually expanding a room and amplifying light. Try propping a large leaner mirror against a wall for a functional and artistic look.
Change Little Things for a Big Impact
Changing small decorative elements around your home is a super affordable way to get a new look. Brighten up a room with a new area rug, change the look of a sofa with new decorative pillows, or trade your harsh overhead lighting for table lamps for a more relaxing ambiance.
Use Plants for an UnbeLEAFable Look
Bring the outdoors in and give your space a fresh update with some greenery. If you don’t have the know-how or thyme to care for live plants, consider adding a few faux ones to your home instead. Re-pot your faux plants into new containers, add real dirt, and place them in spots real plant could grow to make them look like the real deal.
Hang On…What About Wall Art?
Nothing is more blah than blank walls. Fortunately, wall décor is one of the easiest things you can to do to add warmth and interest to any room. If you live in a small space, opt for oversized statement art pieces instead of multiple smaller pieces. This will give your space a well-defined focal point and give the perception of a larger, more luxurious room.