the-redecoration-planRedecorating can be a hard task, especially if you are living in the space already. This is why there are two kinds of redecoration: the one that you undertake only a few times in a lifetime, and one that you might do whenever you start feeling confined in your own home, like in a tight sweater. This is the main hint that will draw the attention to a renewal.

The majority of people do not have a big pile of money to throw everything away and start from scratch with everything, but there are many tricks that will let you keep your old furniture and the objects you feel attached to, but at the same time, transform them and give them a new life.

You need to prioritize your needs first, get over your first impulse, make some hard decisions and tackle a single room at a time. See where there is an urge for change, and start by making a budget. If you do want to change a few pieces of your furniture, decide first what you want to have. This lets you see whether you want to sell any existing pieces, or just give it a makeover with a new paint.

Be clear on what is the purpose of the room. If it is a working area, buy a nice desk, two armchairs, and a little bookcase. If it is the dining area, make it comfortable with a warm sofa, and an intimate space for conversations, if the kitchen, make it easy to prepare food. You get the idea.

Make a shopping list and compare products from different manufacturers. In addition, be clear if you want to invest in the long or short term of things. If you want top quality furniture, prepare to spend a lot of money, but at least this investment will be there for many years to come. If you want to be able to redecorate in a few years again, maybe choose something trendy from Ikea.