Home Styling: The Cost-Effective Way

Home Makeover There’s never a wrong time to redecorate your home. In fact, you should even do it regularly so that you could breathe in new life into your place.

Saying it, however, is much easier than doing it. Not to mention, the price redecorating may cost you. Fortunately, there are a couple of hacks to help you out in sprucing up your home to make it look brand new, without having to spend too much:


You can never go wrong with adding in accents to an empty room. It doesn’t even matter if you’re minimalistic, since you can put in a couple of accessories that can highlight your space. For instance, twfineart.com suggests buying prints online and hang it on a bare wall in the sitting room. Make sure to buy thought-provoking and beautiful pieces, since you would want to capture your guests’ interest. Just remember, it’s up to you to gauge whether there are too few or too many accessories in the room.

Be creative

Another form of redecorating without splurging is to repurpose some of your items. This requires a lot of creativity from your side though, since you will have to think out of the box. Example, you have an old closet. If you can, instead of giving it away, you could turn it into a bookcase and place it in your study. Just have the doors plucked out, give it a new paint job, and then set your books in it. You could even add in a bit of sculptured pieces or framed photographs on your shelves to give your mini library some oomph.

Think big

Do you have a room that looks and feels too small for you? Don’t worry, there’s a trick for that. Create illusions to make rooms appear bigger by adding the right accents. One such way is by adding a mirror on one part of the wall. Reflections tend to make rooms spacious, so that’s one way of making things larger than it seems. Not a fan of mirrors? Try adding in a wide rug or put a lot of rugs together. That way, your room will expand further.

You don’t need to splurge when redecorating your house. All you have to do is to open your mind and think of creative ways to spruce up your home. Happy redecorating!