Once you have bought and moved into a new house, you have already spent a lot of money. You still want to decorate your new home, but at a minimal cost so you’re not going further into debt. Here are 5 ideas for decorating on a budget.

Use a Stencil for a Wallpaper Effect

Wallpaper adds character to a room, but it can be surprisingly pricey. Achieve a similar design by using a stencil and paint on a wall. You won’t need to buy as much paint as if you were painting the room a solid color, and you will spend much less time and money than you would on wallpaper.

Go to an Estate Sale When Decorating on a Budget

You can find some great deals on home decor and furniture at estate sales. Look at your local classifieds to find estate sales and moving sales in your area, which usually happen on the weekends.

Make Furniture from Crates and Pallets

It’s possible to get pallets and crates for free or cheap from an industrial park, brewery, or farm. You can make rustic furniture like bookshelves and coffee tables that can be used both indoors and outdoors.

Also, consider taking them apart to use the wooden planks for decorations like frames, seats, and desks. Not only will you save money, but you’ll be keeping pallets out of the landfills by making your own quality furniture.

Paint Your Front Door

Painting the front door is an easy way to decorate the outside of your house. Updating the door with a fresh, bold color can improve your home’s curb appeal instantly since the front door is the focal point of the home.

Decorating on a Budget with Mirrors

Mirrors are not always inexpensive, but it is possible to find affordable ones at estate sales and thrift shops. Art is usually much more expensive, and framing it costs even more. When decorating on a budget, find mirrors to hang on empty walls. They make rooms look bigger and are less pricey than other alternatives.

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