22 Tips to make your home look more expensive

We’re forever searching around for tips and ideas that will inspire to you get creative in your own home. They are all things you can do if you’re on a budget but want to make your home look more expensive and luxurious. There’s some really fantastic ideas that we think you’re going to love, so let us know which one’s your favorite in the comments section below!

Add extra storage in your kitchen by adding molding and shelving to the top of your cabinets.

Add these 3D tiles to your kitchen to make it look super posh! They simply peel and stick.

To jazz up a tired-looking piece of furniture, strip off the old stain and apply a nice new stain.

To give the illusion of high ceilings, try painting your walls with a color you love and leave the top section white.


Light switches will look way better if you add some inexpensive photo frames around them.


To make an old air vent look like new again, simply spray paint it with a nice gold color.


Use a cake stand to hold your dish soap and sponges.


Spruce up your fridge by adding some gold tape or spray paint.


Use a shower rod to hide those unsightly TV wires.


Use tab curtains to cover up messy storage.


Linoleum is a cheap solution for flooring, but at times it really can look exactly that. Painting it can make it look so much nicer.


Make your closet doors look more expensive by adding some cheap framed mirrors. Paint them to match.


Basket-weave your drapes for the ultimate posh look.


Make sure you’re using the correct rug size for your rooms.


Paint faux windows on your garage doors.


Add colorful yarn tassels to your bedding.


A rubber doormat makes a great cover for an ugly air vent.


Make your own four-poster bed with curtain rods and curtains.


Apply stainless steel paint to your old white fridge to make it look brand new.


This simple window shade adds color to the room. It’s magnetic so you can put it up in seconds.


Adding a frame to your bathroom mirror will make it look so much nicer.


Suede cording makes a great covering for ugly cables.

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