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In the case that you are searching for another venture to dive into, start with your apartment home floor plan. There are always projects here to be done, whether it’s hanging new artwork in the bedroom or painting that worn bathroom storage rack. Just know that these projects are worth the time and effort – in that they revitalize your home without requiring too much cash expenditure. Ditch the new furnishings, artwork, and decorative items in lieu of our suggestions below, and you’ll be one satisfied customer.
Hang Unconventional Items.
If you have a lot of hats, baskets, postcards, or anything else that can be easily displayed, consider hanging them! You can make a stunning wall display out of beloved items or collectibles. When installing, be sure to use removable hooks, like 3M Command Hangers and Strips, which require no hammering or drilling to install and are easy to find at your local drugstore or supermarket.
Swap Out Throw Blankets and Pillows.
When it comes to making a statement, there’s no easier way to do it than by incorporating a throw blanket or decorative pillow. Not only are these items generally budget-friendly, but they can also easily set the tone of any given room. If your living area or bedroom is starting to feel a bit “blah,” try pulling an older blanket out of storage, or simply swap your pillows or shams with those from another room.
Repaint Your Furniture.
Repainting your furniture is a wonderful way to breathe new life into your pieces and, as a result, your entire apartment. While not a quick fix, this project is ideal for anyone who has a few days and a little bit of money to dedicate to the task. The good news? Once completed, you can bet that you’ll fall in love with your freshly repainted desk, end table, or even bedframe all over again!