First of all, before you decorate any space you need to set a budget. I’ve just put that in bold AND italicised it. Do you get how important that is?!
If you’re in a position to barter for your items then DO IT!
If you’re not brave enough to that (like me) then get your mum to do it (or a brave friend).
Tippety Top Tip: Paint a fake headboard! There are so many ways to decorate on a budget!Click To Tweet
Decorations don’t always have to be expensive.
Repurpose old items –
Mix and match items –
Purchasing decorative sets may be too expensive.
Also, your home may look boring if everything matches.
Save some cash and make your home more interesting by mixing and matching items when decorating – fitting things together with the patterns, colours and prints you already have to hand around the home.
Look for items outside –
One way to make your home décor seasonal is by picking up some items from Mother Nature.
You don’t even have to buy them. Take a walk and pick up twigs, pebbles, shells, and pinecones that you can use to decorate.
Tippety Top Tip: Make your own pillowcases out of fabric & pretty trims!Click To Tweet
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Top Places To Find A Bargain For Your Home
- eBay Classifieds
- Classified Ads
- Thrift Stores
- Consignment Stores
My favourite budget friendly stores for decorating your home (uk):
- Paint your walls
- Look for cheap and decorative items
- Repurpose old items
- Mix and match items
- Look for items outside
- Choose your lighting wisely!
- Use Fabric
- Update those walls!
- Hang Plates On The Wall!
- Add a little extra light to your life!
Make Use Of Free Stuff
These are some of the things that you can do if you want to decorate your home on a budget and, if followed, will mean you can save up and have a splurge as and when you can afford it.
Are you decorating at the moment?
Are you planning to decorate a room but just need a little push? I am! I haven’t started planning though. Please let me know in the comments below or be kind and share this guide with your friends and followers!
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