Updating my home
If you’re considering on renovating or moving into a new space, read through our list of ideas and practical tips for designing on a small budget.
Paint the walls Paint is colourful, affordable and easy.
Or, you can also make your own art or frame meaningful art works done by your kids.
When grouped together, it will bring a personal to your space that reflects good memories. New pillows, beautiful curtains and luxurious linen will give your bedroom an instant update.
Regardless of how small your space is, consider hanging up one large piece of art and decorating around it.
If you don’t have any big artworks and don’t want to purchase an expensive piece, look at buying an artwork from an online site that offers large prints.
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Light it up Replace lighting fixtures with chic lamps or chandeliers from thrift stores.
Here's how you can make stylish updates to your home on a budget Whether you want to upgrade the shower in the bathroom, add a skylight to the bedroom or repair original Victorian hall tiles, we have affordable ideas that will make the dream a reality.
Stairs are often the first thing that visitors see when they come into your house, so why not update shabby treads with a stylish stair runner? Make a big impact by choosing a striped or bold coloured runner.
Or go classy with a neutral weave or thick and pale pile.
Cost: For a few hundred pounds, you can turn a over-the-hill hallway into the strong introduction your home deserves.