Bare walls can often make a room feel just that – bare! Simply hanging art, prints or photographs can instantly make a space feel homely and give a room a personal touch. The latest trending interior style is a gallery wall, this is when you use a mixture of prints, frame sizes and styles to create a gallery that looks chic and effortless.
Interior ideas for renters with a tight budget. I'm pulling together alternatives for putting nails in the walls, alternatives to wallpaper, and hacks for changing flooring + lighting without stressing out your landlord! Follow the hashtag #rentalfakeovers for more ideas.
Add moving house with inherited furniture and what do you get? The chances are you’ll end up with mismatched or slightly tired items that still ‘do the job’ but could no doubt do with some DIY love to restore them to their former glory.
With so many budget homeware options out there (Homesense, Primark, H&M – I’m looking at you!) it’s easier than ever to update your student pad on a budget. To prove our theory, we asked Fiona from interior blog Fifi McGee to give us her tips for updating a space with just £20.
We’ve all been there, we’ve moved into a new place and the walls are just not our cup of tea. Whether they’re too plain, too bright or (worse) too stained and scuffed, fabric wallpaper may be your interior saviour!
Lighting can truly transform the look and feel of a room. Whether it’s a well-placed lamp, atmospheric fairy lights or a statement lampshade, there’s a huge range of tweaks and changes you can easily make to give your space a refresh.
If you’re on a tight decorating budget, look no further for upcycling and creative interior design inspiration than our pinterest board!
If you're after some festive decoration inspiration on a budget, this board by interiors blogger Fifi McGee will help!
Interior design expert and student Emily May shares what to do if you rent a property and you want to re-vamp a small child’s bedroom if budget is scarce.