Decorating on a budget can be difficult, whether you're moving into your first apartment or upgrading your 20-year-old living room.
Cheap furniture is enticing in price, but it's likely to come apart in a couple of years.
Even old furniture can be revived with paint or stain. Choose a colour that matches your decor, then grab some brushes and paint a dresser.
Plants are a cheap method to decorate if you're short on funds. Pothos and ZZ plants are low-maintenance and have beautiful green leaves.
Peel-and-stick wallpaper, formerly deemed tacky, is all the rage among designers.
You don't need to acquire tonnes of decorative items; you probably already have plenty that can be converted.
Give an old dresser or coffee table a cheap facelift with new knobs and hardware.
Wall paintings, table decor, and kitchen appliances are generally cheaper secondhand.
If you're worried about money, focus on the necessities. Keeping a space basic helps you create without spending too much money.