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I’m an interior designer – tricks to make your home look more expensive for less than $5

YOU can make your home look luxurious without draining your bank balance.

There are small additions and tweaks you can make to your home to make it look like it’s on the cover of a fancy home magazine, and it won’t cost you much.

Interior designers revealed small additions you can make to your home to make it look more expensive

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Interior designers revealed small additions you can make to your home to make it look more expensivePhoto credit: Getty
You can create a luxurious atmosphere with peace lilies and spiral lucky bamboo

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You can create a luxurious atmosphere with peace lilies and spiral lucky bambooPhoto credit: Getty

The interior experts at Instrument Furniture have listed some inexpensive ways to make your home feel lavish.

POSITION YOUR FURNITURE

Any feng shui expert will tell you that how you place your furniture can make a world of difference in any room.

If you have space in your living room, try moving the sofa away from the wall and supporting it with a low chest of drawers or a rectangular dining table as a room divider.

LOWER LIGHT

Floor and table lamps are ideal for creating a cozy atmosphere in a room. Make sure you ditch your ceiling lights and go for these instead.

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To spice things up, grab some LED strip lights and place them behind, above, or below larger items around the house.

They can be placed above and below kitchen cabinets and under worktops to illuminate the ceiling and floor.

When it comes to the living room, install LED strips behind your TV, behind the edges of large mirrors or picture frames, under each shelf, and behind any furniture that’s supported by the wall, like the couch or drawers.

GOLD SPRAY

Give your handles, furniture legs and picture frames an elaborate makeover with some gold spray.

Before spraying these surfaces you should sand them down, remove the dust and prime the surface before applying the gold spray paint.

This little trick will make your items and home look more luxurious.

GET RID OF CLAUSE

Clutter can instantly make a house look cheaper.

To counteract this, grab some crates and start reorganizing your items. You can also opt for aesthetically pleasing storage containers that you like to flaunt.

Buy them in sets of three that either match or complement each other.

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ADD SOME PLANTS

Add some greenery to your space. You can get luxe vibes with peace lilies or spiral lucky bamboo that look sophisticated even in a simple glass of water.

Placing your plants in front of a mirror will also double their volume, adding an edge to your home.

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Jessica MacLeish

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