Decorating a house requires a lot of money. No wonder many people are lazy to make changes to their occupancy. Even though we can outsmart by making cost-effective decorations with one man and a brush. There are lots of tricks you can do to create stylish home decor at a minimal cost. The first step you have to start with a careful financing plan so that funds do not go to other posts. That is, the main key, you must be able to refrain from buying expensive furniture or decorative ornaments. Lacquerware usually costs more. From now on you try to buy unvarnished furniture to save costs. Later you can paint the furniture yourself. You will indeed pay more to buy paint. But guaranteed to be cheaper than buying full lacquered furniture. Buying an unvarnished item will also make it easier for you to check for defects. Instead of buying new items, you can use existing items for decoration. You can repair old things that are damaged.
Items that are worn out don’t mean they can’t make a different atmosphere. The presence of old items can make a different atmosphere, for example, an old radio makes the atmosphere of the house more vintage. Also, a different atmosphere can be present from various other supporting things. Choose the right furniture to decorate the space. You can choose a classic style furniture design so that it is not vulnerable to age, so it can be used for a long time and can match any room theme. That way you don’t have to bother anymore if at any time you want to change the room theme again. Feel free to buy secondhand items at the flea shop. Sometimes a lot of “treasure” is buried in it. Buying used goods will reduce costs. This step is also very suitable for those of you who want to create a space with a vintage theme. Because in general, items sold in thrift stores have antique, old-fashioned, and old-school characteristics.
You don’t have to replace old items with new items, you can create decorations by playing with colors. The capital is enough to paint. Choose the colors according to your taste. Paint old furniture in lighter, bolder colors to give the room a more distinct décor.