It’s not like every day or even every season you can just go and redecorate or renovate a space in your house. But a simple refresh to make your rooms feel new again is always welcomed. And when that mini makeover comes at no cost it’s a win for everyone. Here are our top ten tips for easy ways to update your space for free.
This may seem basic and obvious but some simple rearranging can completely transform the look, feel and vibe of your space without adding anything new to it at all!
Moving artwork from one room to the next can make a huge impact on your space. This can be fun to do seasonally with either additional art you have that hasn’t made it to the walls, from your kids, or from books. I love taking art out of books and framing it onto shelving to create a great holiday vibe without spending a dime!
Beg, barrow and steal…literally from all the other rooms in your house. By taking things from one room and relocating them into another you are giving life to them all over again. I love how the new perspective changes everything.
While it’s slighting annoying to move or change out rugs, it can make a significant impact on your space. I am a huge fan of layering rugs. You can keep a neutral rug in place while layering the other rugs on top to provide a new feel for your space.
Another easy way to update your space for free is moving furniture from room to room. Exchange an end table from one room to another, switch out coffee tables or even exchange lighting if your room allows for it.
Ya’ll know I am a pillow person. And pillow covers are my jam. I simply switch out what pillows I am currently using for new covers, giving my space a 100% new look.
Throw blankets add in all the good texture and warmth, and swapping them gives a new vibe to your space.
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Much Love –
Danielle + Michael