Check out these 5 Ways To Save Money On Home Decor, from thrifting to repurposing!
The spring season can make you want to freshen and brighten up your nest. It can be easy to get carried away while redecorating your home and giving it a fresh look can quickly send you way off budget. Instead, take a look below at 5 ways to save on home décor. These tips are so easy to follow and can help your space get a fresh new look for less. You can still have a space you can feel cozy in and proud of while keeping cash in your pocket. Take a look!
5 Ways To Save Money On Home Decor
1. Add a little paint to the mix.
If you have leftover paint from previous projects, you can always use it to add a pop of color in new ways. Paint a single wall in your home as an accent, or use it to add new color to a small furniture piece. It is a quick and easy way to freshen up a piece or a room without a great deal of money or effort.
2. Embrace vinyl transfers.
These peel and stick transfers can be used in all sorts of ways. For less than $20, you can find a transfer that suits your tastes and apply it to walls, furniture, frames, flooring, and so much more! These are so easy to apply and the finished product looks like something you would pay a professional to do.
3. Think fresh.
Nothing makes a room feel more full of life than fresh plants. Grab a plant from your local grocer or gardening center. A simple $5 plant in a pretty pot can add life to a room, keep the air clean, and just give it a relaxing and fresh element everyone will enjoy.
4. Thrift away.
Head to your local thrift store where you can find items that you can use in new ways. Find candlesticks that you can paint, books to use for décor purposes, and fabrics that can be used as runners and window treatments. It is a great way to find “new to you” items that make your space feel great. See some repurpose project ideas here.
5. Shop at a friend’s house.
And then, let her do the same! Gather the items you are ready to part with and invite her to do the same. Then, swap items and see if you can find new and exciting ways to use the stuff she parted with and vice versa. Like they say, one gal’s trash is another gal’s treasure.
Don’t go into spring with a home that is drab. Instead, follow these tips and see how easy it is to get your space looking fresh for less.