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Want to spruce up your home without spending a whole lot of cash? Here are some great budget-friendly tips to redecorate your home.

Add Some Greenery

Plants breathe life into any setting. And in case you have an all-white room, they add a gorgeous hint of color. 

Upcycle Furniture That’s Past Its Best

If you’re thinking about getting rid of a piece of well-worn furniture, stop and think. Take another look and see if there is any way that you can upcycle it. 

Put Up A Shelf

Whether you want to keep your favorite books on display or showcase beautiful trinkets, you cannot go wrong with a simple shelf. Shelves are very practical and they also offer you the opportunity to add character to your decor.

Mismatch Your Furniture

Liked something at the junk shop? Worried it won’t fit in with your current furniture and decor? Mismatched furniture looks a lot cooler than you think. Kitchen seating is a good example – different colors or styles can look great together. So if you’ve found a bright blue chair and love it, don’t feel you have to buy a whole new set.

Hang A Photo Gallery

Photo galleries are creative ways to cover a bare wall or a dull corner. You could experiment with shapes, sizes, and frame designs. Put anything from old family photos to children’s drawings up there.

Display Your Artwork

Bring out all your artwork from the loft and finally get round to displaying it! Similar to a photo gallery, hanging your artwork or propping it up on top of side tables or coffee tables will keep blank walls and dreary corners busy and revamp the look of the room.

Rearrange Your Furniture

Move your furniture around so there’s plenty of sunlight coming in or clear the doorway. Furniture can look very different when placed in new positions and it doesn’t cost a dime.

Have A Focal Point

Create a focal point by placing one large mirror, a piece of artwork, or a giant lamp in your room. This will change the dynamic of the room.

Pile Up Your Cushions And Blankets

Get all your cozy pieces out of the cupboard and pile up cushions, pillows, blankets, and throws on the bed. Not only will you create a soothing and relaxing space, but it will also look like a boutique hotel room.