Budget-friendly Tips on Revamping Your Outdated Home Design

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You don’t need to spend tens of thousands of dollars to redesign your home. Redecorating and renovating a home are all about your resourcefulness. It’s natural for homeowners to want to revamp their homes. If you have been living in the same space for years, it’s the perfect time for a change. But many think that if you are not willing to shell out five figures for your renovation project, you will find it hard to get the design you want. That’s nonsense. Redesigning a home is more about your creativity than your budget.

Repaint the Walls

Sometimes, you don’t have to do anything but put contemporary wallpaper or repaint the walls. Once you do this, you’ll look at a room differently. It’s going to look and feel different. That might just be all you need to give your room a new life. Make sure that the color palette you will choose fits the overall aesthetics of the house. Always prefer neutral colors over brighter ones. While bright colors help make a room feel lively, neutral colors stand the test of time. They are elegant and classic.

Improve the Lighting

The rooms in your house shouldn’t have the same spectrum of light. The living room and other hanging-out zones should have a bulb that emits a yellowish and reddish glow. The study area should have a brighter bulb so that you won’t feel lethargic working or studying there. The bedroom should have a soft glow so that it’s easier for you to go to sleep.

Hanging mirrors will also contribute to the “glow” of the room. The lights will reflect in the mirror, increasing the light that shines in a room. Not to mention, mirrors also make a room seem bigger.

Go for a Window Treatment

Window treatments give any room an elegant vibe. You can choose to go for wooden blinds if your house has a rustic design. Combo blinds are great for a more modern vibe. But if you have the budget and the time to maintain them, drapes are the best choice. They make a room look expensive. You can match heavy draperies with other materials such as silk, linen, and cotton for a layered look.

Rearrange the Furniture

You don’t need new pieces of furniture. If you’re on a tight budget, simply rearrange and reposition the furniture you already have in your home. Do you know that reorganizing your furniture can do wonders for your home? You can also add a few decorative pieces that you can hang on the wall or from the ceiling. Adding big pillows with textured pillow covers will also give the room a certain oomph. As for the dining room, hang a few personalized wall frames to make it cozier.

But sometimes, it’s the simplest thing that truly makes a difference. You can upgrade your kitchen rugs, hallway runner, and doormat. You can install a new shower curtain and put a plant in the bathroom. Some scented candles and incense by the hallway will also improve the overall aesthetics of the house.