Now is the best time for buying a condo in Montreal because the market prices are affordable and stable. So whether you want to improve the look of your condo to resell it, set it up for rental, or you just want to redecorate your home, here are a few easy and inexpensive makeover ideas you can consider:
Clear your place of clutter
Try to clear your place of unnecessary stuff by reviewing the furniture and appliances that you own. List down the things that you really need for a more convenient condo living, and consider throwing away or giving out those that you don’t need and are just there because you like hoarding. A larger space always benefits a condominium suite as it gives a fresh new look without you having to spend anything.
Replace wallpapers and curtains
One of the most inexpensive ways to redecorate any home would be to change your wallpaper and curtains. You do not need to spend a lot of money on major renovations. All you need is a little change of color and voila! Your condo will look brand new. Consider changing your bed sheets as well, as that would give a more refreshing look to your bed without exerting a lot of effort.
Change your fixtures
If you are up for it, try to shop for new fixtures for your condo. Simple tasks such as switching from a silver faucet to a gold one will give a subtle yet refreshing change to the overall vibe of the place.
Rearrange your furniture
Even something as simple as changing up the placement of your home’s furniture can make a huge impact. A change in position can open up a larger space and make the illusion of a much bigger room if done right.
Add a headboard
If your bed looks too plain, try to put up a headboard if you don’t already have one, or replace yours with something more modern-looking. This simple change will guarantee a new look to your whole bedroom.
Consider adding a rug
If you don’t already have one, consider getting an affordable yet beautiful rug. A rug will always tie a room together and make it look more luxurious.
Add some life to the room
Consider placing some houseplants – real, live ones, not plastic plants – to make your home come to life. It’s always a good thing to have something green and lively in the room, plus, it generates oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide.
Put up your own art
If you like to draw or paint, consider doing artworks that would nicely match your interior decorations and put them up your wall. It would add a nice, sophisticated touch to your home without costing a lot of money. Even photocopied art would work.
Hang your photos
Gather some photos of yourself or family and your collection of picture frames from all the past Christmases and hang them up your wall. Your photo gallery should be at eye level.