Sprucing Up Your Space On A Budget
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I'm constantly finding ways to spruce up my bedroom that don't cost the earth. My space is constantly evolving and changing and there are so many things that you can do without splashing the cash and here are some of my favourites.
Artwork: Having white walls means I have complete freedom to put anything onto them, my favourites are postcard from Paperchase . You can get some great little pieces of art for a mere 60p, I have so many scattered around my room.
Plants: I love having a lot of greenery in my room, it brings such a fresh feeling to my space and you can pick up cactuses and succulents for as little as 99p. IKEA is the best place to pick them up as they're stocked all the year round. You can also get creative the pots that you store them in as well which again is a simple way to jazz up your space.
Bedding & Pillows: We all know that good bedding can get pricey quickly, one of the best places I've found to pick up throws from is Primark, pillows from Matalan and then bedding sets from Wilkinsons. A good bed spread can make your room instantly feel cosy and in a white space it can be a great way to introduce some colour.
DIY: I've been marble contact papering everything in sight, some of my white furniture was looking a little ratty so I picked up some marble vinyl from Homebase.com* . There are so many ways you can up cycle your furniture and Voucher Bin* have some great discounts available to make it even more purse friendly.
Candles: Having candles around always adds something extra, they're also great for making an area feel like home. I've been using the new Pure Essence range Yankee Candle* and the scents are super fresh and throw themselves so well that you can get away with using them sparingly and really make the most out of them.
Books: I'm sure we all have books tucked into cases but why not get them out and turn them into features? I personally like having a stack sat on my desk as they not only look aesthetically pleasing but it doesn't cost a penny to do.
Storage: It's easy for items just to become piled in a heap with no real functional storage methods. With places like TK Maxx you can find some really great ways to store your items that still look aesethically pleasing.
Do you have any tips for sprucing up your space on a budget?