Moving into a new home for the first time can be expensive, however, it doesn’t have to break the bank! For those of you who are looking to do up your home on a tight budget, we have listed below some of the best ideas and tips to help you spruce up your living space for a fraction of the price.
There is one thing that every home should have and that is slick, stylish and effective heating systems. Trade Radiators, are one of the leading suppliers of radiators in the UK who have been in the business for over ten years.
With a number of great sales and discounts on offer throughout the year, Trade Radiators can fix up your home no time. To help make choosing a suitable radiator for your home quick and easy, they offer an effective heating calculator which will help you predict your heating output in BTUs and Watts.
If your budget is really tight this year, why not save a few pennies and upcycle old pieces of furniture. Upcycling involves re-using old items to make a product and in turn, reduces any waste.
From transforming bed headboards into benches and turning mason jars into a funky kitchen chandelier, there is always something you can upcycle to create a new product for your home while trying to stick to a strict budget.
When shopping for items to fill a new home, it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement and to spend a lot of money on simple things like bedding or kitchen appliances. To ensure that you get the best on the market, become a savvy shopper and make sure you take the time to compare prices of items across the web and in-store.
Amazon and EBay are great alternatives to paying highstreets prices and ideal for conducting price comparisons. It is also worthwhile keeping an eye out for large scale retailers’ end of season sales and clearances as you will be able to buy twice the amount of home products for half the price if you time it just right.
Add Fresh Flowers
When moving into a new home with your loved one, many of your rooms can feel a little bare as you are still trying to find décor that best meets both of your tastes. Flowers are possibly one of the cheapest and most effective ways of brightening up a new, empty home.
Not only do flowers look aesthetically pleasing, but they also give off a lovely aroma. Make it a weekly habit to stock up on cheap yet beautiful flowers for your living, dining and sleeping areas.
If fresh flowers become too timely and costly towards the end of the month before pay day, invest in some artificial flowers which will keep for as long as you like without having to be replaced on a weekly basis. Flowers resemble simplicity, beauty and love and are a wonderful way of adding life to dull homes during the renovation stages.