How to decorate your home on a budget

Decorating your home on a tight budget.

Decorating can be an expensive process, furniture and even paint proving costly in today’s market. That’s why when people are on a budget, decorating is one of the last things on our list and it often never gets done. This can also be a reason why projects don’t get finished, but decorating doesn’t have to be expensive, follow our guide for some simple ways to update your home.

Upcycle Furniture

Have you thought about updating your existing furniture rather than purchasing new? It’s a lot easier than you think to repurpose old items of furniture and give them a modern look. All you need is some wood paint in a colour that adds to your lifestyle and you can enhance an old piece of furniture in no time. Start by sanding the surface of your furniture, then,  apply a coat of paint over the top.  Finally, add a varnish to finish after this for added protection and durability.

Small Touches

There are plenty of inexpensive items that you can use to decorate your home and small touches can make a big difference. Even something as simple as changing the handles on your drawers or wardrobe can have a big impact on the way a room looks. Or why not add a personalised house sign to invite friends and family into your home, shop our collection with prices starting at £30.

Make your own

Why not try making your own pieces of furniture or decoration from cheap materials It is the perfect material for all kinds of household projects such as notice boards and meal planners for the kitchen. And, If you can’t find what you’re looking for then why not try making it yourself, this can be a great way to get all of the family involved and add personal touches to decorative features.

If you like the sound of adding a house sign to your property, get in contact today! We would love to hear from you, we can help get you started on your decorating projects.