How to Make Your Home Stylish Under a Budget

How to Make Your Home Stylish Under a Budget. |Just because you don’t have a huge home doesn’t mean you can’t flaunt your style. Decorating a small space in your house, just like decorating a large one, simply requires ingenuity of design and a good eye for what works and what doesn’t. And while the focus is naturally going to be a little bit different when you’re working with less square footage, the general rules of design are pretty much the same.
 

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Hence you don’t need to worry, having a stylish home doesn’t necessary equates to splashing, here are relatively simple and inexpensive ways you can have a stylish home without a big budget : 

1. Let your colour speak 


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One effective and inexpensive way that can create a dramatic effect is through the use of colours. Depending on your style preference, either opt for bolder colours, or go for colours with soft saturation. 


Dark colours instantly create a stylish effect, while painting a room with neutral colours will create a classy and sophisticated look. Allow plenty of natural sunlight to brighten up the room and to allow natural light do the talking. 

2. Accent wall 


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Having an accent wall is a powerful way of achieving a distinguishable and attractive centerpiece that stands out from the rest of your house. However, it’s easy to go wrong if the colours don’t compliment each other. 


Here’s a tip: Opt for a neutral or dark colour that’s different from the other colour of your walls (eg: dark brown walls with a black accent wall). 

3. Opt for a minimalist look 


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There’s no need to cram your home with knickknacks and items. Instead, try to make a bigger statement by using less. Not only will this de-clutter your room and make your room more “breathable”, but you can also add personality. Group all your display items together instead of scattering them in different shelves. The numerical advantage help to create a bolder statement. 


In a declining real estate market, where supply outstrips demand, a person can generally sell a house faster by lowering the price. But there are other ways to enhance a home's attractiveness. If you're looking to sell your home in a cooling real estate marke, we need to attract attention and to make your home more memorable, consider custom designs or additions, such as landscaping, high-grade windows or a new roof. 


This can help improve the home's aesthetics, while potentially adding value to the home. Any improvements should be practical and use colors and designs that will appeal to the widest audience. It would be a lot easier for your real estate agent to sell your house, if your house have all the advantages we mentioned above.


4. Get a bigger rug 


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Rugs are probably not the first thing that springs to mind when it comes to improving the aesthetic of your home, but they can contribute to the elegant appearance of a room in addition to creating an illusion of a bigger space. Anyone know where the best deals to find a rug? 

5. Lighting 


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Last but not least, opt for lights that are dimmer, with a focus on lights that emit an orangey glow as they can change the mood of the room and is one of the best budget-friendly ways to add elegance in your room. 

6. Prevent your home decor from turning into a catastrophe 


Most important things do prevent your home decor from turning into a catastrophe. If you can’t seem to determine which colour to choose for your accent wall, or how to decorate based on the “less is more” concept? I recommend you to consult with a panel by a recommended Interior Designers in Kuala Lumpur to help you with your designing needs. They offer you a free consultation and can work with you on a healthy budget. Much more easy right? 


So let's make our home stylish shall we? 

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19 Comments

  1. Kalau tengok buku deko rumah rasa geram je. Lps tu mula lah berangan nak deko2 sendiri. Bila nak start deko mula pening tak tahu nk mula dr mana. Dh deko rasa pelik pula rumah tu.hehe. sebab tu kena baca tips mcm dkt atas ni supaya kita ada guideline kan. Nice sharing ami.

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  2. dh lama tak mendeko rumah...dulu masa anak2 kecik rajin tapi sekarang ni mcm dh malas..nak kena cari interior designer nampaknya..hehe

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  3. Kaklong pun suka minimalist look. Rasa lapang je :)

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  4. Suka yg accent wall tu. Nampak elegan, eksklusif dan pada masa yang sama nampak mewah hehe

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  5. Memang suka decoration mcm nih...ringkas but nice

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  6. Ish ish ish.. menggoda sungguh dekor2 ni ya. Akak suka. Simple. Clean and minimalist and of course budget friendly hihi

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  7. Lebih suka gaya minimalist. Simple dan tak nampak serabut sangat

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  8. sha lebih suka rumah simple dan nampak luas. tips ni bagus untuk kegunaan masa depan ni hihi

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  9. Bestnya kalau ada rumah sendiri . Boleh deco ikut citarasa kita kn . Btw ccl suka warna2 soft pastel macam tu

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  10. buat masa ni tak leh nak menghias beria- ria rumah akak..anak- anak buah kecik2 lagi melasak..so kena tunggu depa besar dulu....

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  11. kalau ada rumah sendiri dah lama hias simple dan kemas je, hehe.

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  12. aira pun suka konsep minimalist, less is more! kemas dan tenang je :)

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  13. Kita tengah plan juga nak cantikkan rumah next yer tapi sini boleh membantu bagus juga..

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  14. Sekarang ni kumpul dulu tips2 deko. Bila dah sampai masa nanti baru guna. Tak sabarnya nak deko rumah sendiri nanti

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  15. Paling seronok kalau ada rumah sendiri n deko... best ni..

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  16. I will seriously suggest others with number 1 and 3 . Done it for my room and it looks better now.

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