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Budget Ideas for Contemporary Living Room

Pby paramount IN GENERAL PROPERTY 2021-08-21

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Aug, 21

When it comes to giving your room a little decor boost, easy and cost-effective ideas are liked by everyone. That’s why we’ve taken a look at how fantastic interior designers add in a bucket load of serious style to their client’s spaces. We think you’ll love these quick yet effective decor upgrades and we have something for everyone, from lazy home owner’s right through to DIY fanatics.

Rearrange the Furniture: You can often change the look and feel of a room dramatically just by rearranging the furniture. For instance, if the first thing you see when you walk into your living room is the back of the couch, that big piece of furniture blocks traffic. Simply moving the sofa to the opposite wall can create a new focal point, improve traffic flow, and make the room look more inviting. And best of all, it costs absolutely nothing.

Creating Details with Paint: Architects often say you should design your room to highlight its architectural details, such as a fireplace or varied ceiling heights. However, if your space doesn’t have any details of this kind, you can create them or at least the illusion of them with paint.

Use Wallpapers instead of Paints: Wallpaper comes in a huge variety of patterns, some of them far too complex to reproduce with paint. It also makes a durable surface that can be easier to clean than a painted wall.

Add Woodwork: Many older homes, from Victorian mansions to Craftsman bungalows, feature eye-catching woodwork. Their crown molding, chair rails, wainscoting, and carved newel posts all add visual interest to a room. However, in modern homes, details like this are much less common. If you’re wishing for some woodwork to liven up your walls, you can add your own. A bit of decorative woodwork takes a room from builder-basic to custom on a manageable budget.