15 inexpensive ways to improve the interior that not everyone knows about

Ulyana VynogradovaLife
It is important to create decorative moments

The designers have listed simple things that everyone can afford that will help to radically change the interior of a home for little money. Small changes, costing less than $100 each, will breathe new life and energy into the house.

The Washington Post has named 15 unique life hacks for revamping your nest. Below is a list of them.

The interior can be changed with a few life hacks.

Declutter for 30 minutes a day. Houston-based designer Mary Patton claims that having fewer things is much better for mental health.

Take an inventory of your entire home. She also says that once you get rid of the junk, decide what you really need. Go room by room and make a list of where you need a table, chair, or new paint. Take note of what needs to be repaired.

Antiques will always be in fashion.

Add art. Designer Cheryl Luckett believes that vintage artwork in thrift or antique stores is often sold in frames, which can save you a lot of the cost of a new piece of art.

Paint. Luckett also claims that paint plays a role in the interior. According to her, a powder room can be done with one can of paint if the walls are in good condition and you don't need to prime them. "Black doors work wonders in terms of lifting things if there is enough light in the room to do so," the designer added.

Add plants. Patton recommends buying inexpensive plants, such as snake plants, and interesting planters. It is important to find the right color.

Greenery will breathe new life into the interior.

Hire an interior designer for an hour. We all need someone else's opinion sometimes. "Even a good friend who has taste can help," Patton added.

Create a gallery of family photos. If you have a lot of photos, you can take three sets and put them together. They will look good in the hallways and stairs, not in the main part of the house.

Install cork walls. In the kitchen or children's playroom, Patton suggests using glued cork tiles to create places to display family photos, Christmas cards, or children's drawings.

Coffee tables radically change the interior.

Change the light bulbs. Designers say that all light bulbs in your home should be the same color. You can also install dimmers to control the light level.

Try plug-in lighting. "Plug-in wall sconces are a nice way to increase the lighting level in your home without having to run wires and electricity through the walls," recommends designer Ariana Grioux. According to her, it is better to choose sconces with decorative cords that can be wrapped around large wall hooks for an ultra-modern look. In addition, even large pendant lights can be connected and suspended from the ceiling for additional lighting.

The house should have the same lighting.

Add sheer curtains. Griu also recommends hanging curtains behind heavier window blinds. They will give the interior a secluded effect for transitional moments in the early morning and late afternoon and will be able to filter the light.

Wallpaper on the ceiling. Accent wallpaper can be glued to the ceilings of small rooms, such as living rooms or restrooms.

Your home should be cleaned regularly.

Replace equipment. Furniture or cabinets are an inexpensive upgrade. Designers say that the bigger the hardware, the more visually impressive it looks.

Add color. It's important to choose a main fabric of different colors and match it with the right plates, vases, pillows, and bedspreads to make the room more interesting.

Create decorative moments. Bookshelves, coffee tables, candles, dried flowers or greenery, as well as small frames in odd numbers are always more attractive in terms of clusters.

Don't clutter up your home.

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