Many of us don’t have a large decorating budget, but that’s not a problem if you put on your thinking cap and be inspired by some amazing low cost ideas that can turn your home into a wonderful living space.
White is the least expensive paint colour making it the ideal colour choice if you’re decorating on a tight budget. If you want to add splashes of colour do it via your soft furnishings.
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Wall art can be very expensive – if you’re a book lover using your books to brighten a plain wall is an inexpensive way to add a new look to a room.
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Mismatched dining room chairs can look incredibly chic; finding them can be half the fun of budget decorating.
Recycle wooden pallets by transforming them into awesome sofas and chairs.
Get your knitting needles out and make your own bespoke pouffes.
Cover-up worn patches on old chairs with knitted patchwork pieces. A stylish change from the usual fabric patchwork.
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Give an old chest of drawers a patchwork up-cycle – a low cost, yet effective way to furnish your home.
Improve your outdoor area with a budget patio set. Add your own personality with cushions and even a rug to make your space look stylishly unique.
Make your own lighting from discarded kitchenware. Just make sure that you have the electrical connections checked properly by a qualified electrician before using.
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If your rooms aren’t overlooked by neighbours you can economise on your window dressing by not having fully fitted curtains. Full length fabric pieces draped across the top and allowed to fall gracefully down the sides can look simply stunning.