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How to Style Your Home (Or Apartment) On A Budget

by Eva

How to Style Your Home (Or Apartment) On A Budget

Spring is upon us and with it, the urge to redecorate or relocate. Who knows, this might be your sign to check apartments for rent in Humble, and once you’re ready, here are a few tips on how you can add style to your home on a budget.


Changing your furniture doesn’t really sound like a budget-friendly way to spruce up your home, but
there are ways of doing it without breaking the bank. You can check your local ads for free furniture
people are giving away or visit your local second-hand shops. For the most part, it will be junk that is
either too broken or too outdated to be useful. However, occasionally, there will be some beautiful
pieces that can be used. Sometimes you will need to invest in new upholstery or some other minor
repairs, but it will still cost a fraction of what new furniture would set you back. The other option is DIY.
You don’t have to a master craftsman to make nice-looking furniture. You would be surprised what a
few palettes, some paint, and patience can achieve.



Accessories are probably the easiest and cheapest way of adding some style to your home. Various knickknacks can be placed almost everywhere to add some color and character to your living space. They don’t cost a fortune and you can easily find some that suit your personal style, as they come in all shapes and sizes. You can even go with larger pieces if that is what you prefer. You can hop over to this site to check out some wonderful and stylish hand-carved animal skulls that are sure to catch the eye of your visitors and make great conversation pieces. The best part about these accessories is that they are portable and don’t take up much space in case you have to move.

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Back in the old days, art pieces were reserved for the rich only, as they were prohibitively expensive.
Fortunately, we live in the modern age, where everyone can afford printed replicas of the world’s most
famous paintings and a cheap frame. Depending on your style, you can go with classic or more modern
art or even a mix of the two. Regardless of your personal style, art is a great addition to any home and
you can use it to achieve an elegant and stylish interior.

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A new coat of carefully selected paint can go a long way into creating a stylish home. You don’t have to
be a professional to do it, just make sure you have done your research before starting. Painting walls
isn’t that hard and anyone can do it. Choosing a color can be tricky, but fortunately, paint shops can mix
any shade you desire. That way you don’t have to mix them yourself and potentially ruin them by adding
too much toner. You can consult home decorating blogs or magazines to see what colors are trendy
these days.

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Decluttering should be the first thing on your list when it comes to redecorating your home on a budget.
It doesn’t cost anything but time, and you can do it all by yourself, without having to ask friends to help

or hiring contractors. The benefits of decluttering are well-known and proved in numerous studies, so
we won’t be getting into them. We’ll just remind you of a few simple rules you should follow. For
instance, get rid of all duplicate items. Also, things you haven’t used in over a year should also go. Make
sure that everything in your home has a proper place and put it there. This is also a great rule to keep
your home clutter-free once you have thoroughly decluttered it.

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Use What You Have.

When talking about redecorating or styling a home, people often think of buying new stuff. While that is
always an option, there are also other ways you can explore. Over years, a huge number of things tend
to accumulate in our homes. Before running to a store or reaching for your credit card, you should make
an inventory and see if any of the things you already have can be used differently or repurposed. IT is
astonishing how much money this little trick can save you. For instance, a simple coat of paint can do
wonders for your kitchen cabinets, so you don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on new ones.




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