How To Redecorate: 7 Ways To Renew Your Decor Without Spending

Is your house in need of a renovation? You might have your Pinterest folders or your head full of unique ideas, but you’re not budgeted to carry them out? Know that you can create a beautiful home for nothing or almost nothing. The Apartment Therapy website has put together 7 ways to redecorate your home without spending money or decorate a small bedroom look wide (จัด ห้อง นอน เล็ก ๆ ให้ ดู กว้าง which is the term in Thai). How is this possible? Check out the tips below: Check out these apartments for rent in el cajon ca.

1.  Plants

A little bit of nature makes a big difference. Look at this room full of plants. You don’t need to spend money on a flower shop or garden store. Keep your eyes peeled for finds on the streets, supermarkets, and even trees in the neighborhood.

2. Bottles

You don’t need to buy bottles to decorate. Recycling old bottles of beer, wine, gin, or whiskey is the idea. The more bottles and the more different they are, the cooler it gets.

3. Paint The Wall With Leftover Paint

Do you want to change the color of the walls but don’t have the money to buy an entire gallon? Use the paint from another renovation and paint a single wall or just half the wall. In this room at Amelie Mancini, a navy tone gave another face to the room.

4. Mining Maps And Artwork

The internet is full of arts to print. Whether on artists’ websites or city newsstands, you can find real works of art to hang on your wall. You can hang a map.

5. DIY Decoration (Do It Yourself)

Need a place to store your books? Get inspired by this Seattle home to turn even the old pipes into a bookcase. You can also use an old chair, nightstand, or other furniture for this purpose.

6. Tie-Dye Bed

Want to renew your bed set without having to buy a new one? Dye with tie-dye.

7. Decorate With Your Books

Of course, books are not free. But you can separate some pretty goodies from your collection or mine in used bookstores. So, organize them creatively. Use colored objects to support or separate them.

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