Improving Your Interior Design On A Budget: Ideas For You

When you are looking to revamp and improve the interior design of your home, you likely have a myriad of ideas running through your head of all of the changes that you would like to make and what you would like your end results to be. However, if you are on a limited budget, you may find yourself wondering what, if anything, you can actually accomplish in your interior design improvements. Just because you have a tight budget does not mean that you have to sacrifice style or skip changing up your design. It just means that you are going to have to get a little creative in the process. Get to know a few of the ways that you can improve your interior design on a budget so you can get started right away.

Add A Splash Of Color With Homemade Throw Pillows

The fabric store will be your best friend when you are trying to create a new interior design on a budget. You can purchase the materials that you need for throw pillows easily at a fabric store for very little money, especially if you also shop sales at the fabric store.

For throw pillows, you will not need a great deal of fabric. Because of this, you can shop the fabric store for what are known as fat quarters (or simply fabric quarters). These pieces of fabric measure just around 18 inches by 22 inches and are the perfect size for a medium throw pillow. Because fabric quarters are pre-cut and small, they are usually quite inexpensive. You will need two fat quarters to create one throw pillow, one for the front of your pillow and one for the back.

You can choose a variety of colors and patterns and mix and match them to create your throw pillows. In fact, if you use two different bold patterns for each side of your throw pillow, you will have two distinct looks in one as you can flip the pillows for a new look. In addition to the fabric quarters, you will need thread and pillow stuffing. If you have a sewing machine, you can create your pillows in just a few minutes or you can sew them by hand if you have a standard sewing needle.

Get Some Stencils And A Little Paint To Liven Up Your Walls

You do not need to completely repaint the walls in your home to change them up and add new life to your interior design. Painting all of the interior walls of your home can be a costly endeavor and will take a great deal of time that you simply may not have.

Instead, you can also go to your local fabric store, hardware store, or craft store and purchase some basic stencils in interesting and unique patterns and designs. Choose a different type of stencil for each room you plan to work on or stick to the same theme if you want a cohesive design scheme. Once you have your stencils chosen, get a few colors of paint.

To do this cheaply, you can purchase what are known as paint samples. These are usually around eight ounces and are meant to allow you to try out a color on a wall. However, you can use these to create stencil accents on your walls. You can also purchase inexpensive gallons of paint if you look for gallons that have already been tinted and then discounted because the color was not what the original customer was looking for or was mixed incorrectly for their needs. This will give you more paint to work with but still within budget. 

Now that you know a few of the ways that you can improve your interior design on a budget, you can get started as soon as possible on your projects and see a transformation in your home in no time.


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