With money tight for many and others conscious of reusing items and reducing waste, experts have shared top tips on how to decorate your home on a budget. The team at NetVoucherCodes.co.uk recommended keeping glass jars to reuse, getting free wallpaper samples from the shop as well as repainting furniture to give it a new lease of life.
A spokesperson for NetVoucherCodes.co.uk said: “Now with spring well and truly here and summer on the way, homeowners are looking for ways to change up their homes without spending a fortune.
“Money is tight for most of us right now so the cheaper we can do this, the better. We’ve found 10 ways to decorate various rooms in the house for cheap, or even free.”
One way homeowners can decorate their home without spending a fortune is to frame free prints.
A lot of prints online are free and they can be hung in old frames to help give a room a facelift.
They said: “Paint is a must have tool for budget decorating, but it should be restricted to walls.
“It can also be used to give dated furniture and accessories a much needed lift. Try repainting wood furniture in an eye-catching colour to instantly modernise an ageing piece.
“If you have plain white tiles in the bathroom or kitchen, invest in some budget tile paint and give them, and the room, a new lease of life.”
Moving the furniture around could also help to make a space feel brand new.
It could also highlight any pieces of furniture that homeowners no longer need, helping them to make some money too.
The experts added: “Also add patterns to any shelving units.
“Upgrade mundane shelves with a boldly patterned backdrop. Wallpaper, fabric, and wrapping paper remnants are all ideal for lining the backs of bookcases of built-in shelves.”