We all want a gorgeous home that looks like it is straight out of a magazine. That can be easier said than done when you have to stick to a budget. Use these tips to make thrifty home decor look expensive and chic.
There are so many great furniture and home decor finds that are truly affordable. You may just need to add a little flair or a touch of your personal style to make the look fit with your home.
Having a beautiful home that you are proud of doesn’t have to break the bank.
These are my favorite ways to make affordable furniture and thrifty home decor look expensive.
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Make Cheap Furniture Look Chic
My favorite places to find furniture and decor on a dime are:
It’s like a treasure hunt searching the clearance sections. You can score some great finds that may just need a few touch ups or some new paint.
-Never underestimate the power of a new coat of paint or new upholstery. You can easily transform the entire look of a piece of furniture for less than $20.
-You can easily jazz up an old bookcase by applying some adhesive wallpaper to the back of the shelves.
-Instantly make a piece of furniture look more modern or rustic by changing out the hardware. You can find some affordable and unique knobs and handles on Etsy.
-If your wooden furniture or cabinets are a little scuffed or scratched, this scratch cover can make them look brand new again.
-You can easily change out the legs of tables and chairs to keep up with the latest trends. I know that the hairpin legs are very popular right now.
-Want a table with a marble top but can’t afford it? Cover a Formica or plastic table with marble contact paper for the same affect.
Make Thrifty Home Decor Look Expensive
-Update an old tile floor or steps with easy to apply floor decals.
-Buy some inexpensive books at a library sale or thrift store. You can stack them on a table or fill up a bookshelf for an affordable accessory.
-Use yoga blocks as a modern looking stand for decorations on a mantle or shelf. No one will even notice what they are.
-Find some inexpensive terra cotta pots at your local hardware store and use an exterior paint to match them to your decor.
Use some or all of these tips to make thrifty home decor look expensive and chic. No one has to know what you really paid for it!
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