The Furniture Trader

Date: 12th July 2013
Some simple hacks to spruce up your furniture the IKEA way

Decorating your entire home with furniture requires you to spend a lot of money. However, there are many easy and cost-effective ways, which will help you spruce up furniture just like the ones you see in IKEA stores. Let us take a look at some of these creative hacks, which will help you refurbish your home using furniture and that too without overshooting your budget constraints:

  • The living room: Fed up of looking at the same old sofa? Then sell it and invest in a new one from numerous stores providing fabric sofas in Melbourne. You need not spend a lot for this purpose; buying any plain piece will do. After this, use a hot glue gun and round shaped fabric and stick them artistically at different places on it. You can experiment with the texture, pattern and color of the fabric to give it a unique touch.

    Additionally, you can invest in a hall table and some bookcases and shelves. It would be wise decision to buy these from thrift stores and spray painted to match the look and feel of the room.
  • The bedroom: If your bedroom is large enough, then you can buy a large bed. A queen bed with queen size mattress is a popular choice, which is opted by many people nowadays. So, what you can do is buy such bed and attach a plain headboard to it. Now all you have to do is decorate the headboard according to the ambience in the bedroom. As simple as that!
  • The dining room: Your dining room is one of the most important parts of your home. To spruce it up, buy some modern dining table furniture. You will get a number of options in stores that sell buffet furniture in Melbourne. Add some innovative accessories like napkin holders, table mats, and fine crockery and cutlery to add to the grandeur.

To Conclude

These are some of the simple furniture hacks, which you can do to spruce up your furniture without burning a hole in your pockets. Do try them out and let us know your views. Cheers!

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