You may find yourself living in a place that you know is not your forever house and feel stuck in a design rut. How do you make it feel like home without breaking the bank? This blog post is here to give you some ideas to achieve a sophisticated living space that reflects you without overspending.
If you’re living in a smaller space finding that sense of cohesiveness between rooms really helps with the flow and overall feel of your home. Choose a loose color palette and have it carry across your wall décor and room accents. The results are a polished and inviting living space no matter what your budget is!
Contain clutter! Nothing takes a toll on your spirit and decor like countertops over-spilling with utensils and too much stuff. But sometimes lack of storage forces us to keep a few things out. Organize and corral them in a beautiful frame. Frames are an inexpensive option that can easily be repurposed when you move into your dream home.
Mirrors open up your space and add a glamorous touch to any room. There are so many ways to decorate with mirrors and no matter where you move you can easily find a purpose and spot for them in your new home.
Frame up something vintage to add character to your space while instantly making your house feel like a home and seem more expensive. Shop at flea markets, thrift stores or dig through closets for family heirlooms to find pieces that reflect you. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to add a unique flare to your space that will have guests wondering how they can achieve the same look.
Get crafty. Roll up your sleeves and make a space feel like your own by adding elements created by you. Not only will they solve organization issues but also your DIY projects will earn bragging rights and have you smiling with pride!
Infuse style and sophistication into your house through framed art and photography. Whether you decide to take your own shots or purchase pieces from a gallery it’s well worth the investment to choose something you love.
Check out our Pinterest Board for more ideas, as well as instructions for all the DIY projects featured in this post.
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