It’s important to change things up in your home on a regular basis. It can be simple and inexpensive changes but help keep things fresh and new to your home. So here’s some tips.
The easiest is greenery. Get a new plant. They’re cheap, easy and healthy for you.
Use knick-knacks. Go to any flea market, garage sale or trinket shop and find some eclectic accessories to place on shelves, desks and counters. Get creative and subtle and watch how they will catch the eye and a smile from your guests. A Jack Skellington figurine sitting on the kitchen window sill is a good example.
How about a frame job. Find something unique and frame it. Especially if it’s personal. Get that favorite rock t-shirt and stretch it over a canvass. Get the pre-made canvasses at Hobby Lobby. They’re cheap and easy and frame it. Or use a burlap sack and paint upon it or have your kids paint on it to personalize further.
Use some wallpaper. It’s in vogue and is cheap especially if you use it as a discreet background of some of your enclosed shelves.
Skirt a table. There are all sorts of possibilities in what patterns and textures you can find then place it over you end tables and it’s a whole new look.
Wrap it up. Take a vase, lamp post, chair legs, etc. and wrap it with some yarn, rope, paper or anything that looks nice and is durable.
Stairway to haven. Add some paint or prints to your stairs and it’s instant and stylish.
Check out wall decals. Just slap them on and it’s instant art and very different.
And for the bathroom? Get a new shower curtain. That is sooo easy but makes all the difference.
These are just a few great and cheap ideas to spruce up the home on the cheap and to keep your home from getting style stale.
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