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5 Simple Ways To Update Your Home on a Budget

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If you’re thinking about renovating your home, the cost will, of course, be a significant element in how much you can achieve. However, unless you’re going for an all-out revamp, there are some simple ways to make your home more stylish, even on a modest budget. 

Take a look below:
Replace your kitchen hardware

Kitchen renovations are often a worthwhile investment, but if you don’t quite have the budget, why not refresh the room with new hardware. It can be as simple as updating faucets or appliances to make the room look new. You could also match these elements, such as new taps and cupboard handles in the same material to bring an added layer to the interior theme. Check out a local kitchen specialist to see the designs and colors available, and see how you could transform the space with these affordable features. 
Add a new rug

Of course, changing the flooring, either carpet or wood options are going to set you back, but there is a small way you change the look without spending a fortune. A rug! Yes, it’s a simple as that. Choose the size, print and color, and it’ll revamp the entire room without delving too deep into your pocket. 
Walls don’t have to be boring

Walls have been given a new lease of life in recent years with gallery wall trends taking center stage. These accents are effortless to replicate, plus they add personality without too much effort. You don’t have to stick to pictures or prints either. Why not add a little shelf to house some plants or succulents. You could also hang a Boho dream catcher or tapestries to provide some texture to the space. 
In with the old

You don’t have to head to the shops to give your home a new lease of life. Why not check out local buy and sell groups or thrift fairs for new to you finds. These items might not be brand new, but lots of pieces will be well looked after and could fit perfectly into your décor themes. This way, you won’t spend a fortune. Plus, you could upcycle furniture to make it totally unique to your home. 
Add a mirror

Mirrors can be little miracle workers, especially if you have a smaller home that needs an uplift. Depending on the space and light in your property, you may find rooms dreary and uninspiring. So to make some easy changes, strategically placing mirrors to maximize the light can work wonders. Placing them opposite a window helps to bounce light around a room, plus they can also make the room appear larger than it is. 

These are just a few of the ways you don’t have to break the bank to make your home more stylish. There are tons of options online, including furniture, appliances and décor accessories that will work well in any space. Get exploring and see how you could renovate on a budget this year. 


  1. I like to decorate my walls mostly autographed photos though. I ntver thought mirrors could make such a big changr thanks for the idea.


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