6 Low Cost Ways To Up Your Interior Design Game

1) Patterned Shelves
Tired of your old boring rectangular or square shaped shelves? Amplify your storage space and beautify your home interior by DIY-ing shelves today. Not only it enhances your home aesthetics, but it also helps save space. You can be creative and use whichever material of shelves you could think of. Some examples would be Wood, if you’re going for the resorts/villa vibe, or Metal for the modern feel.

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2) DIY Platform Bed
Days were gone with beds that have footboard. Platform beds utilize slats for support instead of a box spring, which adds unwanted height for this style. This bed sits much lower to the ground than traditional styles and typically has a headboard but no footboard. Buying the bed together with the frame may be costly, so why not just DIY your own?

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Days were gone with beds that have footboard. Platform beds utilize slats for support instead of a box spring, which adds unwanted height for this style. This bed sits much lower to the ground than traditional styles and typically has a headboard but no footboard. Buying the bed together with the frame may be costly, so why not just DIY your own?

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Credits: Pinterest

You can design your own platform bed by using wooden blanks customise to suit your needs. For instance, you can add lights underneath your bed to create a different mood to your room, or you can even design storage space to put your ornament or clothes.

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3) Frames In The Bathroom
Who says photo frames are only to be placed in the living room or bedroom? You can put photo frames in your bathroom as well! At times, we often neglect decorating our bathrooms, but do you know we actually spend quite some time of our lives in there? When we’re taking shower after a long day of work, or even just lying down taking a bubble bath it’s important to put in some effort in making your bathroom look as aesthetically looking as the other interior of your house. Putting photo frames adds a personal touch to the place and it makes your bathroom look less boring. Thus, it’s cost friendly!

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4) Designed Refrigerator
We know refrigerators come in plain solid colours and rarely in any forms of design. 1 tip to stand out from the crowd is to DIY. Unleash the inner ID in you and design your own refrigerator. It’s simple and easy to do, just look up at Pinterest for the designs that you like, or if you have any inspiration ideas in mind. Just pull out some tapes and you’re ready to go.

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Credit:Credits: Design Sponge

 

5) Mirrors
Placing mirrors in your home will give people the illusion that your home has a bigger space than it actually is.A good spot to place your mirrors will be at the corner of the room as it will reflect the entire room making it seems like it is elongated. Furthermore, mirror reflects light and it will naturally brightens up your home, giving it a more lively and happy vibe.

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6) Jar Decorations
Had some leftover jars from parties? Or Jars that used to store candies that you no longer eat? Keep them, recycle them. There is still so much you can do with it. Toothbrush holder, cotton bud holder, or even put in some fairy lights to dimly light up your room at night. These are simple hacks where you can DIY and create a new life out of your unwanted/unused items.


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