Although not everyone in 2017 can afford a full interior makeover, there are however, a few hints and tips that can freshen up even the darkest of homes for relatively little expense:
Make use of natural light via glazed doors
Though quite possibly the most expensive idea on this list, investing in glazed doors for your kitchen or dining room is a great way of making use of the natural light that is available to you for free.
Whether you choose an external or internal glazed door, they are a great way of lightening up a room, and will in effect, help reduce your electricity bills as you will need to turn the lights on far less than before.
Invest in lights that will save money
All over the world, designers are experimenting with products that can help save money. Ever since 2012 people have been searching for interior design tips that can help save on outgoings – and that’s where LED lights come in.
We all know that LED lights are a tad more expensive in the shop, but the truth is that besides producing a fresher, greener light, they can also save you heaps of money in the long run.
In fact, one 6W LED bulb can save you around £12 a year and offer a total lifetime saving of around £60 (based on 2016 electricity prices).
Help the environment and declutter
For those who want a home that is fabulously modern, then simplicity and space is key for achieving this.
If you want to create space, all you need to do is get rid of all the old paper work, tidy up the closet and clear away a few of those ornaments that you have always wanted to get rid of.
Paper can be recycled, clothes can be given to charity (or sold if need be) and you can give away any ornaments to friends and family.
Within a couple of hours, your home will feel refreshed and better yet, the next time that you have a good clean, there won’t be quite as much work for you to do.