Budget-Friendly Ways to Add Flair to Your Living Room

Budget-Friendly Ways to Add Flair to Your Living Room
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    Flair is defined as an appealing and unusual style.

    A room without flair can appear indifferent, mundane and void of personality.

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Decide the type of flair that appeals to you and begin incorporating related items into your living room. You can add some flair to your living room without breaking your budget simply by choosing some of the themes mentioned here.

Safari Flair

Safari theme items are easy to find at affordable prices. Look for budget-friendly wall art and accent items such as lamps, accent pillows and throws at discount stores. Splurge on an exotic animal print rug. The color pattern for a safari decor is simple which makes basic DIY projects something anyone can do.

Contemporary Flair

Bright colors and geometric patterns can add contemporary flair to your living room. Simplicity is essential. You won’t need to buy a lot of decorative accessories. This enables you to spend the money in your decorating budget on a few impressive forms of lighting and some unique accent tables and chairs. Reflective objects, chrome and glass top tables and quirky shapes add contemporary flair to your room.

Vintage Flair

Vintage flair can be incorporated into your living room in a variety of ways. Estate sales, online classifieds and the basement, attic or storage building of family and friends can be a great resource for locating vintage items. Don’t be afraid to engage in some DIY projects that involve repurposing, repairing or revitalizing vintage items. Ottawa wood furniture is durable and very desirable in a vintage decoration scheme. Antique wood tables and vintage chairs add a touch of history and sentimentality to your interior.

Southwestern Flair

To bring a bit of the Southwest into your living room, you can use slipcovers on a sofa, loveseat or chair to alter their current appearance. You might also want to paint your walls in a color that is conducive to Southwestern decor. Tan, brown, orange and rich red are good options. Ideally, your living room floor should be hardwood or laminate to complement a Southwestern theme. If you have a neutral color carpet and replacing the floor is not in the budget, place a Southwestern design rug on top of the carpet. Look for wrought iron, pottery, and a few pieces of Southwestern-themed art to complete your design.

Take some time searching for items and bargain prices when you’re adding flair to your living room. Stay alert for unexpected finds, especially at yard sales and thrift shops, which you can incorporate into your interior design without breaking your budget.

Informational Credit to The New Oak Tree

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