By Emeric Eve. Interior Decoration. Published at Monday, May 14th, 2018 - 22:10:47 PM.
While it doesn’t make much financial sense to start up a collection just so you can display it in your décor, this strategy is a win-win for the decorating collector. Display any number of collectibles on your walls, in frames, or on shelves in your space to serve as beautiful and inexpensive visual cues and great conversation starters.
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!
An old sofa with great bones but worn or dated upholstery is still a contender in the budget-savvy and stylish home. There are plenty of great tutorials available for sewing a slipcover and throw pillow covers to extend the life of your most comfortable seat, even if you’re not a professional.
Something about wicker’s natural weave makes it automatically a breezy, tropical inclusion in any space. Wicker furniture can be a low-cost alternative to traditional indoor furniture without sacrificing style. For those on an even tighter budget, consider incorporating wicker on smaller scale accessories, such as picture frames or baskets.
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