If you're anything like us, even when you've finished decorating your house completely, you'll still be tempted to tweak and look for ways to upgrade. We're just never totally happy!
In a bid to help you combat your need to keep adding, altering and accessorising, we've taken inspiration from some of the incredible interior designers out there and found some brilliant yet cost-effective ways to add a little freshness to your home design.
From kitchens to bedrooms and every room in between, we've found some fantastic ideas, so prepare to be blown away by these brilliant budget hacks!
But simply replacing the tiles is easy and cheap!
Can add bags of charm and are definitely one of the best low-cost décor ideas.
Ta-da, a feature wall!
Floating shelves provide so many possibilities in terms of aesthetic style.
Will perk up any space!
Acquire some new wall art or change the frames of your current family photos for a different look.
But looks brilliant!
Whether it’s a paper cut-out, wall decals or photographs you like.
But removing plaster is hard work so roll up your sleeves!
Such as a swing! It’s different, it’s unique and it can add an element of fun to your room.
Such as updating your kitchen backsplash.
And is really useful on your kitchen wall!
And you can make it yourself in an afternoon.
Industrial chic never looked so good.
Will totally change the feel of a room and draw attention.
Especially when used as wall art or even wallpaper.
A coat of paint will freshen it up no end.
Flaunt your painting skills!
No more tripping over handbags and coats.
You could make furniture from pallets for a really cost-effective transformation.
They’re not just for children’s rooms!
Perfect for those of you without a garden.
Finally get around to attempting some origami!
And help to hide away all your clutter.