If you are looking for a change in your home, which is highly warranted from time to time, you’ve landed in the right place. After a while, certain aspects of your home can start to feel dated. You might look at a sofa you purchased 7 years ago and once loved and think to yourself “what on earth was I thinking?”. The facts are the facts: trends change. And sometimes so do people’s tastes! There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Change can be a fun thing, especially if you are willing to put in a little elbow grease and do some DIY projects of your own in order to make it happen. Below are 4 simple ways to redecorate your home without spending an arm and a leg!
- Rearrange Furniture. Rather than go out and purchase completely new furniture, you might just need to rearrange it. Do so in a way that allows for the most optimal space in the room as well as a balanced and even flow/feel. You might even take certain pieces and put them in completely different rooms. Up to you! The end result will feel like a big change.
- Repaint. Painting does not necessarily need to be extremely expensive or time consuming. If there is more than one room you want painted, break it up as to not overwhelm yourself. Take your favorite color samples from Benjamin Moore in to your local home renovation store in order to color match them for free for a fraction of the cost!
- Add Texture. At first glance, completing a project such as adding a stone fireplace or a brick accent wall can sound expensive and time consuming. However, that would only be if you were to use authentic stone or brick! You can complete either of those projects in a single afternoon (yep, that’s right, all on your own), for a fraction of the price with faux stone or faux brick paneling! These panels are the perfect way to add texture without breaking the bank. The end result is simply stunning, and no one will be able to tell that they aren’t actually real.
- Clean out Clutter. This might not sound like a way to actually redecorate your home, but you might be surprised. Cutting down on clutter and excess stuff will actually make your house feel roomier and like a completely different space. Fill bags with things that you can donate, and throw out the stuff you can’