Simple Accents For Cost-Effective Home Improvement

Remodeling is the most sought after solution that home owners seek to improve or enhance how their home look and feel. But for those whose budgets are bit tight, remodeling projects may not possible instantly. The best option for this is to go for less expensive accents that can give you a fresher, brighter feel in your home.



Apart from rearranging your furniture, you can also check out your windows and consider getting something sunny or posh curtains that will suit your home’s overall theme. It doesn’t necessary have to expensive, but there are a lot of curtain style that you can use such as the roman blinds, the French cafĂ© window curtain and others.


Flowers and plants are beautiful on their own and they can always brighten any day when placed in strategic spots around the house. Putting some fresh flowers in your living room can radiate a sunny and carefree vibe especially if you are expecting some guests. Anytime you feel bored and dull with your current home’s state yet you know you can’t have any remodeling projects yet, think of simple accents that you can use and you’ll soon feel better than ever.

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7 comments:

Nerea said...

Very interesting!

Gab Pintac said...

I agree, flowers are a great way to brighten any room. My mom buys flowers for our living room once a week :)

Saima Kaneez said...

cool ideas

Brittany Farber said...

Great tips! I'd also like to add that de-cluttering and re-organzing can also be a way to freshen up a space. Buying decorative baskets and boxes is another inexpensive way to make storage, pretty.

veronicalee said...

Great tips as always! I've started to play with wall decals recently and I find that they're a cheaper alternative for embellishing walls than wallpaper. And they are reusable!!!

Lynzi cook said...

In always trying to rearrange or update one at a time, or even add some home Pinterest projects to keep my house feeling new and updated without the cost of remodeling!

Tim said...

Thanks for the post --- these are some really helpful tips on adding cost-effective items to your home. Mine apartment really needs some --- will definitely try out some flowers.

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