Designing your home over a period is essential. But it can take a toll on your finance. The average cost per consumer unit on just furniture was 521 USD in 2019. If you are looking for budget-friendly DIY home decor tips, you are in the right place. Experts know how to emphasize your house’s strength and hide its flaws.
Here are DIY pointers straight from the experts so that you can give your home a classy fresh-looking touch. This list has a combination of both exterior and interior design ideas.
1. Get rid of wooden banisters
You can get rid of wooden banisters used as handrails and exchange them with ropes. You can choose from several options, such as jute, cotton, lead, or manila. All you need to do is anchor the brackets and then use ropes instead of wooden railings. You can also unravel the ends of the ropes to give a much classy look. Besides the option for the types of ropes, you also get to choose from different colors. Choose the one that matches your wall color to blend it perfectly.
2. Hang your flower vases
Instead of having the flower cases on tables or ground, hang them. The best thing is that you can hang them anywhere across the house, be it indoors or outdoors in the garden area. The only thing to take care of is that they should be getting enough sunlight. Use any hangings and let the flower cases dangle on them. Keep changing the water and see your plants grow in front of you.
3. Install wall-mounted easel
Do your kids write too much on the walls? Well, you don’t have to stop them. Instead, you can encourage them to show their creativity, but not on the walls. Wall-mounted easels are the best way to prevent your walls from getting painted. At the same time, you can also give your house-walls an amazing new look crafted by the artists at your home. You can also opt for having them painted by professional artists, just in case.
4. Make use of those wine glasses
You might have wine glasses at home, at least some old ones. Why not use them to decorate your house? There’s not much to do. All you need is a small LED lamp bead, a wine glass, and some colored paper. Put the LED bead in the wine glass and cover it with the papers to make your room shine bright. You can use them at the dinner table to enjoy the essence of candlelight dinners. Alternatively, you can also have them on rooftops or lawns.
5. Introduce a study table
If you like reading books, it’s great. Even if you don’t like reading books, having a study table can enhance your home decor. Installing a study table does not take much space. You can then decorate the table with books, artifacts, handicrafts, and more.
6. Use macrame decor
Macrame decor was one of the most uprising trends and continues to do so. Want to add a handmade touch to your house, macrame decor is the way to go. If you are worried about the skills, there’s no need to be. You can find numerous online tutorials to start your journey. The thing is that you have hundreds of patterns and designs to choose from.
7. Bring gardening skills indoor
Gardening is an outdoor skill, but not limited to it. You can bring the outdoor greenery indoors by implementing plant shelves against your walls. Besides enhancing decor, it will also improve the indoor air quality.
8. Show art on walls
There’s so much you can do with the walls. For instance, you can use string lights and hang photos to personalize bedroom space. If you have paper art skills, show them on your walls. Craft some paper designs and attach them to any wall. Alternatively, you can also use colorful tapes and stick them on the walls.
9. Layer your lighting
Install multiple lighting types and layer them to create a well-balanced and lit house. Use ambient lighting as the base and layer it with task lighting for specific tasks, such as at desktops or in the kitchen. You can also add a layer of accent lighting to focus on a specific object, such as artwork or artifacts.
These simple-looking DIY ideas can transform your space. Use it over the entire house or limit to some walls; the choice is yours to make. It’s time to get going and show some skills to decor your home like a pro without disrupting your budget.