By Emeric Eve. Interior Decoration. Published at Friday, May 18th, 2018 - 05:27:22 AM.
Got a mirror that you don’t use? Throw some handles on the side and turn it into a tray. Got a plate or bowl or frame that’s just gathering dust? Have some mirrored glass cut to fit and turn it into a mirror to hang on the wall. Repurposing objects not only extends their life, it also enhances your enjoyment of the thing in your space.
Whether your old lamp could use a facelift via a new or updated lampshade or your pendant light is crying out for a new cage cover, look toward your lighting for an inexpensive decorating boost. Hanging exposed bulbs can also be surrounded with any number of creative, repurposed items found at flea markets or thrift stores. Have fun with this, and make your lighting your own!
Not everything in a single space needs to stand out, no matter how much you might love color. By splurging on some orange dining chairs, the rest of this dining room can stay on budget with neutral and natural pieces. The entire look, though, is one of great style and personality.
While initially it may not be considered a “budget item,” the choice of flooring you make will last much longer – and thus stretch your budget – if you choose something that will wear well. With children or pets in the house, choosing something with a forgiving (e.g., camouflaging) print or pattern is a good direction to lean.
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