4 Ways to Trick Your Guests Into Thinking Your Home Is Expensive
No need to spend thousands to get your dream décor.
Trying to transform your home from drab to fab, but don't have the proper cash? Don't spend thousands to get your dream décor. Here are four ways to make your home look more expensive. Simplifying tricks the eye into thinking your space is larger. Your favorite travel memento will stand out when there's less in the room. Once you're done decluttering, hold your own yard sale. You may get cash that can go towards other improvements in your home. Spray paint is an easy way to upcycle older pieces of furniture. Buy a color that either stands out or matches your color scheme. Fool your guests into thinking you've purchased new furniture when you've actually paid around $6 for a bottle of paint. Matching storage containers transform your bathroom into a high-end spa. The thrifty addition adds a modern spice to your shelves while clearing up much-needed counter space. Select which color and material you prefer and you'll be on the road to zen for around $20. Replace knobs and other hardware finishes with bright or sleek chrome colors. Purchasing these upgrades can be less expensive if bought in bulk. Check hardware stores, home good stores or flea markets for items costing $1 to $20 plus. Test out these simple tricks to refresh your home without damaging your bank account!