THERE are simple ways anyone can upgrade their home without spending tons of money.
One woman has revealed three cheap tips to follow for people who are looking for money-saving improvements.
An interior designer shares three tips that can upgrade your home[/caption]
Her first tip is to add books to your coffee table[/caption]
The interior design expert and TikToker who runs the @comeplayhouse page has some advice for her viewers.
Her first tip is to add a book or two to your coffee table.
Coffee tables are the perfect piece of furniture for most living rooms, but they often look bare and plain.
With the right books stacked on top of your coffee table, it can create a more elevated look.
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Another reason books added to your coffee table is a smart move is that they can provide your house guests with light entertainment.
Coffee table books typically contain positive or neutral information about things such as travel, recipes, or weather.
Her second suggestion is to remove any branding from your products.
If your lotions, soaps, and other household products have tacky labels pasted on the front, it might be best to tear them off and toss them out.
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Another way to handle this problem would be by pouring any products into ceramic or plastic reusable containers that are already label-free.
Fortunately, places like Dollar Tree and Walmart sell items like these that work well in most bathrooms and kitchens.
Without labels and brands scattered throughout your home, your living space can take on its own theme.
She also says people should remove branding from packaging[/caption]
Swapping out old furniture with new pieces is another smart move, she says[/caption]
Her final piece of advice is to replace all of your outdated furniture with new pieces.
Wooden drawers and cabinets that look like they’re falling apart should be swapped out with new ones.
Wobbly chairs and tables have no place in your home if you’re trying to achieve an elevated look.
Dingy mirrors and faded glass should be trashed to make room for new and better options.
In the example photos she shows, one kitchen looks worn down and old.
The other kitchen she shows looks like it has fresh paint, new decor, and a tone of vibrancy.