Looking for ways to spruce up the inside of your home on the cheap? There are many things that you can do to add a new lease of life to that washed-up kitchen or dining room that are not hard to implement and will not cost the earth. In this post, we will give you a few ideas that you can put into practice immediately to make your room a much more pleasant place to spend time – read on to find out more!

  1. Add Nature

The color green is well known to have a calming effect on humans and animals alike. This is not really that surprising when you think that the majority of humanity has spent most of its time living outside in nature.

If you want to add an instant lift to the feeling of a room, one of the easiest ways of doing it is to throw in some strategically placing fragrant plants and flowers.

  1. Use Vinyl Stickers

If you have not got the funds to completely redecorate your room, why not invest in some classy-looking vinyl stickers to add a little je ne sais quoi?

Take a look at the fantastic range of designs on offer at vinyl sticker specialists JR Decal Wall Stickers. You can find anything from gorgeous decals inspired by Islamic art to festive and famous quotes.

  1. Throw Down a Rug

We all love the feeling underfoot of polished floorboards or tiles, but sometimes they can leave a room looking slightly bare and lifeless. Another way of bringing a room to life is to find a nice-looking rug or mat to brighten up your floor space. We personally love the oriental patterns that can be found on Turkish rugs.

  1. Invest in Art

You can tell a lot about the inhabitants of a building by the art that they have in their house. Art is something that is personal to you and can add an element of personality to a living space.

When you have got a painting or wall-hanging tapestry that you like, hang it at eye-level in your room of choice to catch the gaze as you are relaxing at home.

  1. Let In Some Light

The final tip on this list is the simplest: let in some light! It does not take a genius to work out that the lighter a room is, the airier and more upbeat it feels to the people who spend time in it.

Simply opening the curtains wide to let in the sun can have a massive impact on the personality of a room. Alternatively, you can add mirrors in strategic places to illuminate darker corners.

Adding a new lease of life to the interior of your home does not have to require the expert skills of a trained interior designer. By following the simple steps detailed above, you can rapidly transform the way a room feels, making it a much more pleasant place in which to spend time.