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5 Living Room Ideas On A Budget


When it’s time to give your living room a refresh, it doesn’t always need to break the bank – there are several easy ways to give your space a makeover without a major investment.  Creative thinking, colour and soft furnishings can make all the difference to an interior, completely transforming the space.

To help you on your way and give you inspiration for your Pinterest board, here are five living room ideas on a budget.

1.    Living Room Layout

If you’ve lived in your house or flat for a while, chances are the layout has been the same for some time, perhaps since you first moved in. Changing your living room layout can completely transform the energy of your space.

Take into consideration your living room light, any natural light, plug points and where the larger pieces of furniture, such as your sofa and TV might be able to go – it makes sense to draw out a small plan first, looking at all the options before getting started.

It’s also worth looking at the furniture in your other rooms – is there a piece of bedroom furniture that might work better in your living room? Or even textiles such as a knitted throw could work equally well in both spaces.

2.    Refurbished Furniture

A great way to re-energise your living space is to take some old furniture and give it a new lease of life. Whether it’s a sofa which has started to look a little tired or some cushions which might be getting a little worn, it’s worth looking into getting these reupholstered, keeping your cushion inners but bringing some new colours, patterns and materials into your lounge.

And you don’t need to stop there, you could also look at your wall art – why not keep the picture but get a different frame, which may provide a completely different perspective on how you look at it!

3.    Living Room Wall Ideas

Changing your picture frames is one way of freshening up your wall space but there a myriad of other ways you could add some more character; from buying a fabric wall hanging to adding some floating shelves or creating a gallery wall.

If you’re happy with your wall art, then why not change the wall itself? Pick up some paint charts and play around with some different living room paint ideas – with the potential of painting one feature wall or painting all four to create a completely different look and feel to your room.

4.    Indoor Plants

Indoor plants have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in recent years and once you have them in your house, it’s hard to imagine life without them. Not only do they bring a sense of calm to your living space, they add a pop of colour and the good news is, they don’t even have to be real! There is an incredible range of artificial plants, which look the part but require no maintenance. It’s a win win situation.

5.    Living Room Rugs

If you want to keep your walls neutral, consider using a living room rug to inject some colour into your living space. From the rich colours of a Persian rug, to the chunkier textures of a Rag rug, the choices are endless, with a rug out there to suit every style of interior.