Buying your first home is an exciting milestone. However, if you don’t have a large budget it can be expensive. We’ve put together 5 tips for transforming your space into a place you’re proud to call home that won’t break the bank.

 

1. Pick a color theme.

 

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The easiest way to decorate a room is through a basic color scheme. Try establishing a color pallet with a mixed box of mywoodwall™ panels and use your curtains, rugs, and other accessories to pull it all together.

 

2. Do It Yourself.

 

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There is no shortage of amazing DIY projects on Instagram and Pinterest to keep you busy.  Make useful utensil holders, coat hangers, candle holders, and more with leftover scraps from your mywoodwall™ build.

 

3. Organize

 

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Less is more…especially when you’re moving into your first home. We’re all guilty of collecting unnecessary things over the years. Moving is a great opportunity to sort through the clutter and get rid of what you don’t need or no longer want. Everything you keep should have a place or a purpose. When all is organized, you can focus on buying things you absolutely need.

 

4. Don’t replace, transform!

 

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If the cabinets and counters in your new kitchen aren’t in complete disrepair, transform them. Your outdated cabinets, doors, and walls can look like new with a fresh layer of paint or a box of mywoodwall™ panels.

 

5. Plants!

 

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Breathe life into your new home by bringing nature indoors. Grow your own plants or buy in bulk to save some cash. Our mywoodwall™ panels make a beautiful feature wall behind a pop of green.

 

There you have it! We hope these budget-friendly tips are useful in your home. Have fun establishing a new style and enjoy this fresh new start. Stay tuned for more inspiration from all of us at mywoodwall™.

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