Budget Makeover? Here’s Where to go For Inspiration
When it comes to decorating, or redecorating your home, money is usually one of the single biggest driving factors behind what it is that you are looking to do. Personally speaking, I would always invest money in rooms such as the living room and the kitchen, but when it comes to spare rooms and little used bathrooms, I just can’t justify spending the big bucks. Equally, as much as I love to look online at some of the beautiful design ideas which the likes of Gary Friedman puts forward on his YouTube interviews, I much prefer to use the internet to get ideas for budget makeover tips. If you are looking to give your room or home a makeover, but you don’t want to spend a great deal of money, here is where you can go to find some inspiration for budget home style tips.
Not many people are aware that Facebook can be used for far more than simply chatting and connecting with friends. In fact, this is a community which has many mini-communities within it, by way of groups. With a quick search on Facebook, you can find a number of groups which have been set up by those wishing to share their budget home designs and hacks which can help you achieve the look that you want in your home, for a fraction of the price. If you are going to use these groups, make sure that you are active and that you engage with people, so as to add value to the community.
I used to always follow Pinterest just to look at the weird, wacky and utterly wonderful things which people all over the world do with their homes. When the time came to decorate my home on budget then, I decided that Pinterest was the best place to go to look, and I was absolutely right. If you haven’t used Pinterest before, it was originally set up so that people could create their very own ‘notice board of the internet’ which means sharing cool things and great ideas. With this in mind, if you are looking to get some budget design hacks, there is no better place to look than here on Pinterest.
I always knew that Reddit was a great place to go for strange online offerings, but what I hadn’t realized was that there were sub-Reddits, which are committed to saving money and budget home design tips, in fact there are quite a few. You will need to do some sifting through in order to find the right section for you, but once you do you can get some really great ideas. What I love about the items that are shared on Reddit is that you will see link accompanying the idea, for where you can buy the products, and where the original idea has come from. As happens online, you start looking at one thing, click a link or two and all of a sudden you find yourself in places that you never thought, this is exactly what happened when I was looking on Reddit, and I managed to get some amazing ideas for my home.