How To Design a Mid-Century Modern Living Room On a Budget


Spending your days gawking over the dreamy interior design pages on your favorite social media platform? Loving design and living in it can be two completely separate challenges. Anyone can curate a preferred style by collecting images on the internet, but living in a home that you truly love and that accurately represents your style can definitely be a challenge. This is especially true if you’re designing on a budget, but want to maintain a beautiful space that has the ambiance you love and feel great using to entertain. This year is the perfect time to challenge yourself to live in a space that you love, and this article is here to help you do just that.

Focus On a Statement Piece

Designing a room doesn’t have to break the bank if you focus on collecting a few statement pieces. Find just a few pieces of french living room furniture like a velvet art deco shell love seat and build the rest of your design around that piece. As a rule of thumb, you’ll want your statement pieces to be things like couches and rugs so that it’s easier to bring the room together in a more cohesive design. If you pick a statement piece that you truly enjoy in and of itself, you’ll have less issues with finding a place for it in future iterations of your living room design because you’ll enjoy having that piece in your home.

Get Thrifty

Designing a space on a budget is all about saving money where you can. Thrift stores and second hand sellers are the perfect way to save money on home decor without breaking the bank. When buying second hand, it’s a good idea to focus on getting pieces that are made of actual wood instead of composite because they last longer and be much easier to fix and paint if necessary. Make it a point to know what to look for by shopping at thrift stores and through second hand sellers often as you may be surprised at what you find.

Buy Local Art & Decor

While you may want to get an expensive recreation of a Renaissance painting to hang in your living room, buying a new piece directly from an artist can be a cost-effective and interesting way to add depth and originality to your space. Painters and artists are everywhere these days and finding new and interesting pieces to add to your space is an excellent way to support your local art community and an interesting spin to your decor.

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