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Today I’m sharing 10 Inexpensive Ways to Decorate Your Home whether you are a homeowner or renter these tips and tricks are sure to help make your house into a home! These projects vary from beginner to intermediate projects and are a low budget but big impact! Homes.com put together this neat infographic that shows how you can make big home changes on a small budget!
Now, let me show you 10 inexpensive ways to decorate your home (and great for rentals too)!
First up, I love to recover chair cushions and paint chairs or furniture of any kind!
Sarah from While They Snooze made her own Grommet Top Curtains! Whether you know how to sew or not you can still make your own customized curtains!
Destiny from A Place For Us blog made DIY Kitchen Shelves. Whether its for your kitchen or any space in your home shelves are a great way to maximize space and give your wall a little makeover!
Ann Marie created WiFi Password Art for her guest room! How genius is this?! Great way to make inexpensive wall art and make your guest feel welcomed!
Therese shares how to make a DIY Headboard on the cheap — using tape! Inexpensive and removable! It’s a win-win!
Lauren from The Thinking Closet shares how to make an inexpensive Wood Pallet Sign from free pallets! You could make this for any room in your home… the sky is the limit!
Sarah from Bombshell Bling created Anthro Knockoff Metal Letters for her kitchen! She used Command Hooks to hang them so no mess was made on the walls!
Courtney from Sweet C’s Designs shares how to hang a plate wall without hooks! Inexpensive and easy to do!
Allison from A Glimpse Inside shows you how to create a gallery wall. When we lived in our townhouse we had one that ran up the stairs that we loved!
And while we are talking about making your house a home, let’s talk about the new Homes.com® Rentals Mobile App for iOS7 and Android! If your in the market for a new rental home this is the app for you! The Homes.com Rentals app can be downloaded through the app-store just as you would do with any app. I remember how useful it was for rental sites when we were looking for our first rental 7 years ago! If only then I had this app–it would have made the process so much easier.
Whether you live in a house or a home, do you find that you get stuck in a decorating rut?
Disclosure: We have a working relationship with Homes.com and are video brand ambassadors for 2013 (thus we are compensated). There are affiliate links in this post. As always all opinions are our own.