Updating my home
Bit by bit Focus your design or remodeling efforts on one room or area of the house at a time. The little things Small things can make a big difference.Keeping fresh flowers in a vase, placing new rugs on the floor and updating your lamps as well as putting up interesting frames for your artworks on your walls will all help to make your house a home you love, and are proud of.Walk through your home and reassess what you have in the respective rooms.Often a fresh pair of eyes and an open mind will help you decide on what you want to keep or toss, as well as how you can rearrange the furniture to work for the space.You can update your bedroom by buying a new headboard or cover the existing one in a chic fabric.Style up your bed with pillows, scatters and throws – don’t be afraid to mix and match prints.
Do regular spring cleans like washing your windows inside and out to let the light shine in; place odour sponges in musty basements and other areas where unpleasant smells need to be absorbed; get rid of that film of dust coating your home appliances; clear out clutter and create an organizing system for your home.
Look at painting, reupholstering or sanding down your existing furniture, you can find other affordable ways to make it as good as new.
Also visiting thrift stores, auctions, estate sales, consignment shops and other places where you can look for furniture to upcycle is an affordable way to find new pieces for your home.
You might think you need a big budget to create a stylish home, however with some planning, a little imagination and bit of advice on decorating is all you need.