Interior Design and Home Decor Tips for Modernizing Your Home

Decor Tips for Modernizing Your Home

One of the reasons many homeowners don’t upgrade the interior of the house is because they think the costs involved will break the bank. They are not aware these simple home decor tips for modernizing a home actually are quite inexpensive. You want to take advantage of these tips now, as a minimal investment will return huge dividends if and when you decide to sell.

 

Consider a few of these money-saving ways to transform the look of your homes interior on a tight budget:

The Kitchen Back Splash

Decor Tips for Modernizing Your Home

 

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Rather than spend a small fortune on investing in new kitchen cabinets and appliances to give the room a modern look, installing a colorful back-splash behind the stove could do wonders. There are many home centers that deeply discount discontinued marble back-splashes, so grabbing enough to do the entire wall behind the stove and under the cabinets will be quite affordable. This is a project any weekend warrior can do with a little help from friends that requires minimal supplies.

Maximize Space with Baseboard Drawers
One of the more creative home decor tips is adding baseboard drawers under existing cabinets, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. Most cabinets leave a few inches’ underneath that goes wasted, now it can be utilized to free up some of that clutter around those rooms. Baseboard drawers in the kitchen allow you to store away all those oversized pot lids, cupcake trays, and larger kitchen accessories that get piled in the cabinets. In the bathroom, remove all that clutter on the vanities and store everything from towels, toilet paper, to styling accessories out of sight in the baseboard drawer.

New Vinyl Flooring

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Everyone loves the look of wood flooring, now you have the chance to rip up that dated wall-to-wall carpeting and have new vinyl flooring installed instead. Vinyl plank flooring is affordable and looks exactly like real wood flooring. Vinyl can be put down in no time at all and without a professional installer. The flooring is simple to keep clean, scratch resistant, retains its appearance for years, and will help to transform any room. Even if you do nothing but update the window treatments and add a fresh coat of paint to that room after putting down the flooring, it will look like you spent a fortune modernizing the area. This can really up the resell value of any home and often times is the first thing visitors and potential buyers will look at. If you are struggling with the idea of vinyl checkout the pros and cons of vinyl plank flooring here.

Low Furniture

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One interior design trick for making a room look more elegant is purchasing low furniture. Not only is the smaller sized furniture cheaper, you instantly create strong verticals in the room. Adding a tall mirror on the wall also adds scale to the room and helps with the overall theme. Long curtains that drag on the floor, a fresh coat of neutral paint, and a room full of low furniture gives the entire space that regal look without costing you an arm and a leg. Shop locally at consignment or thrift shops for some deeply discounted bargains.

These interior design and home decor tips for modernizing your home won’t break the bank and will turn the outdated into fabulous in short order. These weekend projects will energize you into attacking other areas of the house that need attention.

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. December 23, 2016 / 6:44 pm

    Great tips! I really love the look of low furniture, it gives a very sleek and clean look to any room!

    • December 27, 2016 / 9:24 am

      Thanks Bradley

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