It makes sense that you want your house to look fabulous, but your desire for a living room inspired by the pages of Architectural Digest doesn’t always match what your actual budget is. Luckily, this week, several sites featured stories with helpful tips on redecorating your home - even if your financial resources are limited. Check out this week’s best articles on revamping your home on a budget.
According to this piece by Business Insider, the average kitchen remodel costs more than $18,000! If you simply don’t have that type of dough, this article gives you 4 easy suggestions for sprucing up your kitchen. Tricks like using vinyl to cover your countertops or using white paint to open up a room are a lot more affordable options than redoing your entire kitchen!
There’s no reason you need to shell out a ton of cash to get stylish pillows. The Budget Babe found a great selection of fun pillows at Walmart - all for less than $20! These accent pieces are an easy and cheap way to bring extra color to a room. Also, for just 20 bucks you don’t have to worry about your kids or pets wrecking them.
Apartment Therapy is a fantastic site to find inexpensive ways to redecorate your home. This list compiles 30 fun DIY projects you can do to revamp your kid’s rooms. With ideas ranging from furniture and storage to lighting and art, there are plenty of projects to choose from. The best part is that all of the projects will be easy on your wallet as well!
Before you can give your home a full redo, it’s essential to organize the stuff you already have. This super helpful piece from Style Me Pretty gives suggestions on how to evaluate what you want to get rid of and then how to store what you want to keep. Great recommendations include using clear boxes to keep track of shoes and using shelf dividers and labels to keep yourself organized.
A stylish home doesn’t have to just be something you pine for - redecorate with these cheap tricks!