Redecorating Your Apartment On A Budget

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It’s highly likely that most of us come across at least one of two instances of decorating our homes. First is the kind which may occur a few times where we move into a new space and get the chance to have a go at decorating the new space, and get to start from scratch at making your homes resemble your current state of mind at that point of time. The other instance is when you have been living in your apartment for too long, looking at the same space everyday where your home starts to feel as if its closing in on you with no room to breathe; this is when you need to start looking at redecorating your place and try to move things over.


Taking on the process of condo interior design Singapore can be a little tricky if you do not know the do’s and don’ts of decorating. Taking professional advice will be helpful, but if you wish to do it on your own, that too would bring out your inner imagination towards making your apartment into a more homely place. Firstly, without trying to redecorate the entire home, start off with a room and work your way around the house. By tackling one room at a time, you will be able to give priority to each, allowing all rooms to be equally decorated.

 Budgets and new furniture

Condo renovation can be quite pricey, which is why it is important to have a realistic and practical budget before you start on redecoration process; this will most definitely change as time passes by, but you will have an approximate figure in mind to work with, resulting in your spending patterns melding into the budgeting figure.

Once the budgets have been finalized it is best to think about the furniture arrangement. Paying attention to this aspect will help you decide whether to sell off some items that you own, and bring in a few that may blend into the new ambience. Make a list of want and don’t want, this way once you get rid of the unwanted items that money can contribute to getting the new ones.

 Shopping in your own home

Since you are planning on revamping your apartment, and trying to move things around, certain furniture in rooms would not be quite fitting for the arrangement you had in mind; although this is the case, do not throw out those furniture because there is a high chance you will be needing it to be placed in a different room for an entirely different purpose. Go around your house and make a list of the things you have, this will help in figuring out what exactly you need to buy in addition to what you have, allowing you to save on spending more than you should.