New Delhi: Decorating your space is quite a challenging and daunting task when there are abundant options in hand. It becomes more tricky when doing all this on a restricted budget. Pretty products do not necessarily depend on their prices alone, you must also consider their quality, looks, and real-life feasibility.
As per a famous interior designer Michela Imperiali Klemos “If you create a room around one expensive piece, like any beautiful thing, it will have lots of character around, hence you should balance it with less costly items, which should preferably be simple in design and texture.”
Always keep in mind versatility, which means the things should be compatible for multi-placing in your home. Your purchases must be classy yet economically affordable.
4 home decor things under Rs 500 that you must add to your home
1. Artificial plants
These plants have a long shelf life and beautify your home for a long period of time. Artificial plants come in different designs and sizes. You can place potted plants on your counter or tables or even shelves by adding artificial flowers. Additionally, it gives minimalistic, chic, and even rustic settings to your favourite corner.
2. Fairy Lights
Fairy lights are quite popular for providing dreamy vibes. One can use fairy lights to decorate your interiors as well as the exterior. Fairy lights are a good replacement for traditional lamps for home decoration.
3. Buying small paintings
Purchasing big paintings can mess up your budget because most of them are costly. However, instead of completely ignoring art, consider opting for small canvases. Smaller canvases are budget-friendly and give a good look to your walls. The canvas décor embellishes one’s home by giving an aesthetic touch to it.
The size of the candles is not relevant but the odour they come with is. Candles generally come in various shapes, colours and sizes. There are lots of economical options available for candles in the market. You can put them on corner tables or in small empty spaces. Some even come with beautiful carvings and colour contrasts which are very appealing to look at.
(Written By- Mahek Nigam)