Here we go then.
1. Rearrange The Furniture
You see, we told you we would ease you into the design process. You can start just looking at the furniture you have in your living room and deciding if it is in the best place. You may have moved in, left it there and decided it would do. But, now when you look it you might be wondering if you could make better use of the space. Have a play around and see if the sofa looks better on the far wall rather than right in front of the tv. Ideally, you want your furniture in your living room positioned in a way that encourages discussion.
2) Clutter-Free Living
Of course, you may find that you have too much furniture in your room, and that is fine. Just move some of it out and put it in another room. Or, you can think about stashing it in the attic for a while. Once you have cleared the living room a bit, you may wonder if it needs a big redesign job. Perhaps, all it needs is a few accessories
Accessorizing a room is a brilliant way to get it looking stylish. You could add a vase of flowers to the window sill or some pictures on the walls. A lot of people lately have been getting into the idea of personalising their accessories. If you are interested in that concept, then we have got some great ideas. But, you could also buy smaller pieces of furniture that do not take up space and look appealing. For instance, you could put a few small coffee tables near the chairs for people to rest their drinks on.
4) Buy New Furniture
We are rising a little in the cost of your redesign now, but not by that much. In fact, if you research a company like Horton Green, you can find some gorgeous furniture suites at budget prices. They come in all shapes, sizes and different makes too. We think if you update your furniture you will love how your living room looks.
5) Repaint The Walls
Chances are if you do buy new furniture, it might not match the colour of your walls in the room. But that is fine because it gives you the chance to have some fun painting. You can choose a brand new colour for your living room to match the furniture.
That’s about it. Once you are finished, you will barely recognise your living room, and we would be astounded if you had to spend more than five hundred pounds.