You don’t have to spend a fortune on interior design to enjoy a revamped home. Many people make the assumption that changes need to be dramatic and pricey to be effective. In reality, sometimes you can make a massive difference to your space even by making just one or two relatively small and inexpensive changes. Keep reading to learn how can breathe new life into your home with interior design ideas that won’t cost the earth.
How to Achieve Interior Design on a Budget
Here are just some of the ways that you can achieve interior design on a budget…
Update your kitchen.
An updated kitchen can change the look and feel of your entire home. Replace your entire counters and cupboards or simply replace the counter top surfaces with something contemporary and easy to clean, such as Staron Solid Surfaces. With many different colours and styles to choose from, this surface is versatile and cost-effective, allowing you to make changes without redoing your entire kitchen from scratch or making any structural renovations. It’s also antibacterial, making it ideal for kitchen environments.
Redo your bathroom.
Another way to make changes without the need for an expensive renovation is to update your bathroom surfaces or fixtures. A new tub, basin and counter can refresh your entire home, whatever the size of your bathroom. Even the smallest of bathrooms can be revamped without knocking down walls or making major structural changes. As an added bonus, your new bathroom will make you feel like you are living in a guest house or hotel, which is never a bad feeling, either.
Use paint to make an impact.
Finally, don’t ever underestimate the impact that a fresh coat of paint can have on a space. Paint can lighten up rooms, add a pop of colour to rooms, add a bit of drama or simply refresh the look of a room. One of the least expensive ways to revamp your home, you don’t have to repaint your entire space to see the impact, either. You could try creating a focus wall in your entryway or in a living room, kitchen, bathroom or bedroom. You could mix and match two different colours for added impact, create themed colours for each room in the house or opt for a single solid colour to create an even flow.
For the brand new year ahead, try one or more of these interior design tips to update your space without spending a fortune.