Decorating your home and trying to find your style is a struggle for many people. Learn how to add style to your home that fits your design style. Doing this slowly will allow you to get your home to the way you want it.
You pay bills, you clean, you maintain, but are you putting all of this money and effort into a home that’s exactly the way you want it? It’s so easy to want something different when it comes to our homes because the time is always changing.
One minute there’s one interior design trend, and the next month there’s something completely different that might just look even better. Let’s look at ways to add style to your home without breaking your budget.
Other ways to help around your home
How to Add Style to Your Home
If you want to get your home the way you want it, you’re going to have to be strategic about the way that you do it. Here are a few ways to add style to your home, by spending as little as possible, and taking as little time as possible.
Focus On The Small Changes
Sometimes, you don’t even have to be doing much to your home to make a big difference. Sometimes, all it takes is a little spruce up here and there to add style to your home.
Changing the color of the walls, rearranging the furniture, and adding a splash of color will do a lot to a room without spending much money at all.
Simple ways to add splashes of color in a room that don’t cost much are:
- New pillow covers
All of these items can be updated for about $10 or even less if you’ve got flowers growing in your yard, you’ve got blankets you can add to a room or even pillows. All of these are simple ways to add style to your home.
Take a style quiz!
If you’re unsure of what type of style to add to your home take a style quiz. There are so many free ones out there to help you find your personal interior design style. Here are a few great ones to try (and they’re free!):
Brighten your rooms
Creating bright and inviting rooms will help inspire you to add more style to your home. When rooms are dark they tend to be uninviting. Clean, bright and cheery rooms will help you create the look you want. To brighten your rooms use light colors when decorating and accent with darker colors.
Add Style to Your Home with Lighting
A simple way to add style to your home is updating the lighting. Adding or updating your lighting will do so much it’ll brighten a room, add decor, and texture to your room.
Keep clutter at bay
Keep up with the clutter in your home. When you don’t have stacks of papers or unnecessary items in a corner of a room you’ll be able to stay motivated to add a touch of your style to a room.
I talk a lot about decluttering and believe that this is something that people should be doing regularly to help maintain the household clutter so it doesn’t creep up and overwhelm you.
Adding style to your home doesn’t have to cost a thing. You may have some perfect pieces laying around the house going unused. Taking books, blankets, candles, or other items from different rooms may be just the thing you need to complete a look to a room.
Creating simple displays around the house will add style to your home. Things like adding soap and cleaning supplies in glass jars and putting them on a tray are perfect way to spruce up a room in an unexpected way.
Some simple displays you can create in unexpected ways are:
- Cleaning supplies
- Cutting boards
- Bathroom small items
Add Style to Your Home with Baskets
I cannot tell you how much I love to decorate and organize my home with baskets. I might over do it but I love the different textures you can find with baskets.
You can add baskets to a coffee table shelf, wall shelves, and even add them to a corner to store items and add a little color and texture to a room.
Keep It Fresh
Add style to your home with a deep clean. Doing a deep clean once a month will make you see your home in a new light. When everything is sparkling, looking fresh, and smelling fresh, you will feel so much more comfortable with the way your home is.
Hopefully, these simple and budget-friendly tips will help inspire you to add style to your home.