Updating home is necessary from time to time, both to adapt it to the time of year in which we find ourselves and to give another air. You know, in this life is renewed or die, so you have to be bold and decide to change a little bit. Obviously, you don’t have to have much budget to give a twist to your home. The only thing you should take into account are the following tips:
1- The first thing of all is to set a budget for each of the rooms. You have to spread it well so that the total budget fits within our economic opportunities.
2- Repair the wood with paint or varnish. It is easy, economical and will allow you to recover the State which sported during the first days. The bright colors will make the light to be reflected and that will serve to improve the environment.
3- Buy old hangers if you can not afford to place some wardrobes in the bedrooms. Must be placed next to the wall and with hangers in order to save the clothes.
4- Change the comfortable handles to modify its appearance. Beautify the House changing parts and accessories that may seem to you that they are not very relevant.
5- Buy covers to cover your old dining room chairs. They are cheap and their placement is very simple.
6- Looking for furniture in stores and don’t rush to buy. In Ikea you will be able to acquire cheap furniture that you will be able to renew.
7- On markets and fairs also you will be able to find furniture, especially antiquities that can fit very well in your room if the type of decoration is colonial or classic(classical). With a painting hand you will be able to transform any object or furniture that you have acquired.
8- Request the view of all the inhabitants of the house, because you’re not the only one that is wanting a update.
9- Ask yourself if the furniture you have are too big or too small.Save the maximum possible space and praise for the functional furniture that can bend, especially for small room usually like the bedrooms or the kitchen.
10- Do not decorate at any price, think that the quality also counts. You must improve the aspect of the hearth and any complement does not serve.
The house was designed by Robert M. Gurney. It’s located in