14 Simple Tips To Design Your Space On A Budget

14 Simple Tips To Design Your Space On A Budget


hi my name is Bethany Struble I’m an interior designer and I’m here to give you some tips on where to spend and where to save in your space in the living room I like to change out the rug and I think that if you have a really tired old rug getting a new one a fresh one can really give your space a facelift and make it seem a lot more fresh you can change the color and the entire feel of the space of just a rug [Music] one thing that I love doing in a space is taking an old headboard and reupholstering it or retaining it but reupholstering can really make you go out of your comfort zone with color and I think the headboard is a really good place to play with color and have a more neutral bedding set to go along with it I’m a big drift shopper and free market goer I love finding unique pieces at a thrift store or the flea market something that nobody else has and that you can really make your own also the IKEA as is section sort of a hidden gem where you can find all sorts of things that might be a little broken but you can use your imagination and figure out a way to make it into something completely new or just fix it yourself and it can be less than how it surprised I’ve had the best look at feed Goodwill’s and thrift stores down in the suburbs anywhere around there you can find some really amazing deals there’s a lot of people who move in and out of that area so there’s a lot of good furniture I don’t normally buy blankets or pillows secondhand because those can carry a lot of gross stuff in them but I have bought a few rugs secondhand vintage drugs are amazing and there’s a lot of purses raised and get them professionally cleaned and if you find a rug for a good enough price getting it clean for 50 bucks or 100 would depending on where you go can sometimes save you a lot of money where I would say to spend is possibly on a couch something that you are going to sit on for a long time and that is going to see a lot of where you can find vintage couches that have held their own for years and years and that is a good option if you are looking to splurge on something I would say splurge on a couch something that you’re going to use a lot and possibly a dining table as well because those get the most wear and those will last you the longest one thing that a lot of people don’t know is that you can actually buy furniture from warehouses this where overstock goes or can be somebody’s collection of things that they’re trying to get rid of and they put it in this warehouse just search up in your area warehouse sales for furniture and you will be surprised at what you find [Music] little accent pieces are things that you can buy for fairly cheap and knickknacks and stuff you can find really interesting things at their stores that make your space feel a bit more porky and it’s more lived-in I usually like to thrift vases and plant pots and if you can find a bunch of plant pots and paint them all the same color that can also make everything sort of go in your space plants are a really good way to make everything look a bit more cohesive and inviting in space having plans throughout and if you’re not good at keeping things alive there are a lot of really good fake plants they look a lot more real than they used to so another thing that I like to thrift is when pieces a lot of the wooden furniture that is built now is not built as well as it was back in the day so if you see a solid wood piece it’s usually a much higher quality than something that you can get at the store I tend to try and find vintage wood pieces rather than verging on something that might not even be as good quality I tend to think that having all the same kind of furniture pieces you know if you won’t go into a store and buy the set like the living room set that can actually make your space look a lot cheaper mixing and matching can makes your space with a lot more unique playing with textures as well having really good materials finding those vintage pieces that really bring buy to the space so something that a really good natural wood or if you do like cowhide rugs you can buy them vintage which I definitely recommend if you are into that look you can find those and Zach needs less space look a lot more expensive a $10 item that I would say would elevate your space is some pillows I know that you can find a lot of pillow covers or fairly cheap and you just need one pillow insert and you can switch out the pillow covers and that can be your different seasonal decor and everything and switch that out with pillows one $50 item I think that can really make a difference in a space is lighting you can find some really great ones and really cool vintage ones on Etsy or you can just get something that caught your eye at IKEA or at world market something like that they always have really cool lighting fixtures to liven up your space if I had $200 to run in a living room I would probably start with wall color if it was not working if it was in the beige kind of boring zone I would just brighten it up and that creates a really nice canvas for everything then I would focus on keeping the furniture items that they already have but changing it up with the accents and adding in plants and pillows and maybe finding a rug in that who knows you know you just have to search but I think playing it up with the accents in the wall color and possibly even doing an accent wall with either a peeling stuff wallpaper or just a fun pop of color I think can be a way to just really refreshes base [Music] using what you have and building off of that collecting pieces over time is a really good way to make sure that you’re buying consciously and not over buying for your space I tend to slow down the process and collect things as I go that I really love and that I’m going to keep for a long time there are a few pieces in my house that are placeholders that I’ll probably sell when I find the piece that I’ve been dreaming of to replace my old coffee table so you can find cheaper alternatives and wait it out until you find a really good piece that you want and just replace it I’m my space is constantly changing and I’m get bored of things all the time so just ever-evolving I hope that you found these tips to design on a budget helpful and thanks for watching [Music] [Music]

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  2. Animal lovers…. please share and sign this petition below , thank you so much
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  3. I’m renting, what would you suggest for the walls to make the living room look bigger when the walls are already textured πŸ˜–

  4. Thanks for the ideas. I Am an avid thrift shopper and I have found marvelous gorgeous items. I think the American Vets AMVETS store has the best prices. Also Habitat for Humanity is the most wonderful place to shop. I have a set of collectible Plates with Serial numbers, they are good to brighten a wall or shelf and you don’t feel bad about getting rid of them. They have tons of Vintage solid wood furniture and quality lighting fixtures. Mi bought a chandelier and actually put solar lights for the patio. Also Habitat has tools needed to upgrade. Salvation Army stores are good also. I avoid Goodwill since I read how much the CEO but recently bought beautiful art wood that the frames were even worth a lot of money. Anyhow thanks again. Janice

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