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7 Tips to Make your Home look Fancier on a Budget

1. Flowers

Fresh flowers are always ideal. Good fake flowers can also work. Flowers give off an organic feel that can really brighten up a room. They add life to a room. Flowers can complement or can be used as a focal point in a room. Either way, putting flowers in an elegant vase will absolutely class up your space making it feel more expensive.

2. Hang Curtains High

The logic behind hanging your curtains higher is that they will give the illusion of higher ceilings, making your space appear grander and larger. With the right curtains and height, you amp up the sophistication in your space x10! AND you don’t have to spend a lot of curtains.

3. Paint Your Walls

Even just painting one wall the right color or shade can depict the feeling of the room. Grey can be an easy shade to paint your walls because it is very neutral and elegant. Make sure to pay attention to how color affects your mood and choose wisely.

4. Area Rugs

Not only are they great to help with soundproofing a room, but they are perfect for adding pops of color or personality in a room, and you don’t have to spend a lot for a beautiful area rug.

5. Switch Out Lamp Shades

This is a cute and easy fix to change the look of a room in a subtle way. You can change the look of your space with modern or traditional shade. It’s also a more cost effective way to decorate instead of replacing the entire lamp.

6. Use Matching Containers For Storage

You can go as high end or cheap as you want for this, because the uniformity is the crucial element to achieve the high end look in this case. You could go with mason jars, baskets, or containers from the container store. Either way, the uniform look will give off a high end feel.

7. Use Vertical Space Wisely

Come up with a clear purpose for your vertical space, whether, it’s going to be an organized storage space, collage wall, or a place to hang framed artwork.

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