Do not let yourself be misled into thinking that if your house is small and your budget is tight there is nothing you can do about improving the décor of your home. Those things only look like restrictions, but what they actually do is stimulate ones creativity. Lets see what you can do when it comes to decorating your new small household.First and foremost, make sure that the place is clean and free of any unnecessary objects and rubbish that the previous owners might have left behind. It is very important to do that, so that you are able to use the full potential of your restricted space. You might even hire junk removal contractors. Some of the top cleaning and rubbish removal Wandsworth companies offer rather competitive rates are pretty and could easily fit even the tightest budget.Once you are done cleaning your home, it is time to get down to the serious work. The small living room you have at your disposal will look particularly well if you mix high-end and inexpensive furniture. Try hanging your grandmas antique chandelier above a sofa you have bought from a garage sale and see how it works. There is not a single problem to hang your curtains on the water pipe going above the window there is no other place you could do it anyway.Art will always make a home look classy and pleasant to be in no matter if we are referring to a palace or a small three-room house. So do not skip the opportunity to hang some pictures or photographs on the walls. The most budget-friendly solution is to go around the thrift shops in your neighborhood and look for cheap, yet nicely looking art pieces there. It is more than likely that you find what you are looking for.You have to make as much use of the available space as possible. So do not hesitate to create multi-functional areas. In a small house there is rarely two separate rooms for kitchen and a diner, so combine the two, getting the best out of the furniture and the space you have.Do not be afraid to experiment with color. You will make your household much livelier if you decide on using warm and even provocative colors for the walls of some rooms. Do not be ashamed to buy second hand furniture, artwork and even appliances. Especially if you are on a tight budget.
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Adrian Fisher is a London-based freelance journalist with a mission to make you a better, cleaner, happier human being. He enjoys writing articles about the obscure facets of modern life.