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How to Redesign a Room on a Budget!

Often people believe that to redesign your space you need a big budget, this is not the case! With proper planning and implementing a few easy tricks it's very possible to spruce up your space on most budgets! Even if they are small.

Plan Ahead

If you know you want to start redesigning a space in your home, take the time to go through the room and make a list of things you'd like to change and what you might need to do so. Once this list is created you can start to piece together your budget. Now don't get overwhelmed if it appears you're going to need a lot to redesign your space, we will touch on how to tackle that in the next parts! Just having an idea on what you need, what is a want and what is a must will help you narrow down costs!

Shop Smart

Check out local thrift stores, flee markets, and even Facebook market place. You can often find gold in these places and at a fraction of the price compared to buying new. If you are wanting to buy new, check out places such as IKEA! You can also wait for sales and shop then! When shopping make sure to keep the list you made with you as to not make any unnecessary purchases.


Another great trick is to take items you already have and repurpose them! You can DIY these items to make them look brand new. Maybe you have a coffee table you could use, sand and restain it to match the new style of your space!

Slow Down

Redesigning your space doesn't need to be a race. You don't have to buy everything at once. Maybe once a month you buy a couple of things here or there. When you're on a budget it can be stressful to get everything done within it, but take your time, plan everything out, and you will end up with the space you wanted all along!

Thank You

As always thank you for reading and I hope you found this post helpful! If you have ideas for future topics leave a comment or reach out to me directly. If you want to see more content from me click the buttons down below!


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