Home interior design is made for people who are on a tight budget. If you’re one of the growing number of people who don’t have a bunch of money to spend on interior design, this article is for you! It’s not always easy to know where to start and how much your budget will stretch.
But with some creativity, and some hard work, you can create a home that’s not only stunning, but also affordable. You might think that due to our limited budgets, we can’t possibly manage to create an interior design scheme that we call ‘cheap & cheerful’ but believe us – when it comes to homewinter, there is such a thing as beauty in simplicity!
Avoid over-elaborate schemes and save your money for something more special by following these simple steps…
Decide on your key themes and colours
When it comes to designing your home, it’s important to decide on the key themes and colours that will run throughout your interior design. This will help you to avoid becoming overwhelmed with the amount of choices that are available to you when it comes to interior design.
Decide on your key themes and colours and stick to them. If you want to incorporate a certain pattern, go for it. But don’t go overboard. Remember, your budget is limited, so don’t skimp in this area.
Not sure where to begin when it comes to budgeting for your new home?
We understand! We know how difficult it can be to decide where to start when it comes to budgeting for the inside of your new home. The truth is that it’s not necessary to spend a fortune on a home renovations project.
In fact, some of the projects we’ve done for clients have cost as little as $500. So, don’t worry if you don’t have the funds to hire a full time interior designer. You can still create a stunning home on a small budget!
Here are a few tips that will help you to make the most of your budget:
- Always talk to your clients about their budget when they first start planning their house. This will help you to Know where you’re able to fit in and what you can realistically expect to spend on the project.
- Be realistic about your budget. No one ever said living in a small apartment is easy, and you won’t be able to fit everything you want into your budget.
- Outline your budget in your mind. If you’re not sure where to start, try to visualise where you think your money should be going.
- Squeeze every dollar you can out of your budget. This means finding creative ways to cut corners where you can, such as using up old clothes or books, or making do with inferior quality materials.
- Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Even if you’re a complete beginner, there are bound to be times when you’re stuck. If you’re feeling stuck, don’t be afraid to ask for help. We pride ourselves on being a friendly, helpful team, and we’re more than happy to offer our expert advice!
Use free resources
Looking for something free to use in your home design project? We’ve got you covered. If you’re looking for free resources that are just waiting to be utilised, then look no further! There are bound to be plenty of free resources out there that you can use.
Don’t feel too shy, though. You can also contact local resources such as your high school or university library and see if they have any books, videos or resources that you can borrow. If you don’t have access to these types of resources at home, you can always search the internet for free resources. There are bound to be plenty of websites, blogs and social media platforms that provide you with free resources.
Decorate with big, bold prints
We love the look of printed fabrics,ilst we also love the look of bolder colours, there’s no room for both in our books! So, when it comes to choosing the fabrics for your new home, we suggest choosing fabrics that you love but can also handle lots of wear and tear.
For example, a bright, bold fabric like sky blue would be perfect for your home, but it’s not something that you’d want to keep on your bedroom floor for too long!
Add texture with wooden floors
If you’re looking for a different type of texture for your new home, you can always use flooring. There are so many options when it comes to choosing the type of flooring for your home – hardwood, stone, concrete, linoleum, to name a few.
You can also add a country feel to your home by including wooden floors. These types of flooring will add character and warmth to your home, as well as making it look more expensive. If you’re not sure where to begin when it comes to the design of your new flooring, we recommend looking up some floor plans online. They’re an easy way to see what the finished look of your floor will look like.
Well, we’ve come to the end of our guide to creating a cheap & cheerful home interior design. We hope that we’ve been able to provide you with some inspiration when it comes to interior design and what you can do with a little bit of creativity and money.
Do you have any questions about how to make your home interior look great on a tight budget? We’d love to hear from you! Just leave a comment below, and we’ll do our best to respond as soon as possible.