Dec 16, 2014

Cheap Ways to Beautify Home Interior

Who doesn’t want to have a home that looks beautiful? Beautifying the interior of the house doesn’t have to drain your pockets. No need to worry if you're not having extra funds to purchase a variety of interior decoration items. With creativity, you can create by utilizing existing furniture, recycling waste products and taking advantage of what is on the yard or home garden.

You may buy new furniture and decoration items to decorate your home, but the added value and challenges of home decorating is beautifying the interior without changing the total original condition of a room. Little touches that make the room more beautiful than usual surely means more than changing the atmosphere with the presence of a set of new furniture.

For example, you can give a country touch to the kitchen by hanging a few cookware on a piece of wood or bamboo. Utilizing used goods to decorate the room not only make you save money but also help reduce the amount of waste into the environment.

Bottles and cans can be used as a wonderful variety of storage containers. Develop your own imagination or use magazines, books and the internet as a source of decorating ideas. If you have artistic talent, various objects around you could be an interesting painting media.

So, what can be used from home yard? Combined with containers of various items such as bottles that have been washed clean, bowl, glass or clay containers; you can display and arranging flowers, leaves, stones and dried plants become an attractive arrangement.

If you are observant, it is not difficult to find interior items that are inexpensive and unique. The objects of the kitchen and traditional markets could be interesting and rare interior elements.

Here are some creative cheap decorating ideas summarized from some sources:
1. Kitchen mortar can be used not only for mashing chili, garlic and other spices. You can use a mortar as a pouri pot container, a small serving of fruit or cake, a candle mat or a decoration shellfish container. Choose the size, shape and material of mortar that suit your home interior.
2. Cutting wooden board can be used as a base of wall hangings. Attach photos, crafts or your child's artwork on it. Hang it on the wall or prop up on a credenza. In addition to a display base, cutting board can also be used to embed the message. Other ideas, you can paint or paint on a board, then place it as a decoration.
3. Aluminum cake pan can be used as a candle holder, a vase or a storage container.
4. Egg basket can also function as a container of fruit, letter, newspaper or magazine.
5. Do you have a mat that has been unused? The former mats can be recycled into a small tablecloth. Rinse the mat, then cut the desired size.
6. Congklak board can be used as a container of candy or a place to display your shell collection.

When you start to organize the decoration items, avoid too crowded interior so that these objects could be the main focus in the room. Traditional objects are usually made from natural materials can be embellished and enhanced their natural impression by adding other natural objects such as rocks, shells, seeds and plants. To give the elegant impression, you can classify objects by color and shape matching. For example, set some small stone mortars lining up that you can use for candle mats.

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Magia da Inês said...

Ótimas dicas de decoração onde a criatividade é o limite!

Bom tempo do Advento!
Muita luz e muita paz!
Beijinhos do Brasil.

Financial Services Sri Lanka said...

Interior designing is something I really love to do... Impressed with this creative ideas.

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