Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Interior Design Projects On A Budget


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Interior Design Projects on a Budget



Who doesn’t want to have an attractively decorated home? Of course, not everyone has an eye for
design, and hiring a professional interior designer to come up with a gorgeous family room design,
or a design for any other room can be incredibly expensive. Those homes you see in magazines and
on television usually costs thousands to decorate. According to Decorilla, an interior designer costs
anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000 or more, and that doesn’t include the furniture or décor.
The good news is that there are some great interior design projects you can do without help,
and on a budget.

Paint Flower Pots Gold



Make your home look more luxurious instantly with spray paint.  Simply use metallic gold paint to
spray ordinary flower pots to bring elegance into your apartment or home.

Change Up the Lighting



Be sure that your living room has three different types of lighting: accent, task and ambient.
Accent lights highlight specific objects in the room while task lighting directs light to certain work
areas and ambient light provides overall illumination. While there are multiple lighting options,
pendant lighting is stylish, practical and a great way to update the space. A group of pendants can
look fantastic in larger, open areas like the living room. Or, use a single pendant and position it in a
corner, creating a cozy, intimate space for reading.

Add an Area Rug



An area rug can have a significant impact on any space in the home, helping to pull together
accent colors, add pattern to a palette with neutral colors, or, in a contemporary room, soften hard
edges. There are area rugs at just about every price point, the key is to make sure it’s the right size
for the room and that it’s comfortable underfoot. Color is the primary concern over pattern – rugs look
best when featuring two of the accent colors in the room.

Personal Expression



You can change up boring walls and express your personality by creating a handwritten canvas.
Write out your favorite expressions, quotes, song lyrics and so on onto a blank canvas and hang it up.

Switch Up Throw Pillows



One of the easiest ways to freshen a living room, family room or bedroom is to switch up your throw
pillows. You can introduce a new print, shape or color, making the entire space feel brand new.

Bring in Natural, Organic Elements



Bringing in natural, organic elements adds lots of character and creates a calming feel in just about
any room. It can be anything from organic bedding adorned with leaves or birds to a Zen fountain,
plants and wood furniture. Adding succulents is an easy way to bring natural appeal to a side table,
dining room table or a front foyer table. You can add a fresh bouquet of flowers to an office space,
kitchen, or any space to instantly make it feel more cheerful.
















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Interior Design Projects On A Budget

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