Decorating your apartment without the headache


Are you sick of living in an apartment with the same boring old décor and furniture and are looking for a change? Do you want to spruce up your living space a bit but don't want it to be a tedious or costly process?

Decorating your apartment can be a fun, stress relieving experience. It allows you to completely reinvent your space and style, and have a fresh new start. Although the idea of starting over and redecorating can be exciting and fun, when it comes down to the actual process of it, it can tend to be a bit of a headache. This is because typical redecorating has come with a hefty price tag attached to it, as well as hours and hours, if not longer, of hard, time consuming work. It can get boring very quickly and maybe even leave you with a half decorated Livingroom or a mismatched kitchen than doesn't really make any sense.

It doesn't need to be this way though. If you have never decorated an apartment, you might not know where to start, so here are a few tips on how to decorate your apartment without the headaches.


Choosing the paint

Choosing the paint colour is probably one of the first things you do when you are looking to change up your apartment, or if you have just moved into a new apartment and are looking to spruce it up a bit. While you may think it's best to choose the paint colour and base everything off that, it is good to remember that painting a room is time consuming and can also cost quite a bit. To avoid any disappointment, it is a great idea to think up a design plan or colour palate before you go ahead and paint. This will pull in all the aspects of your home but will save you time and money when it comes to the painting portion and you won't have any regrets later on.

Decor, pillows, plants, mirror

Painting can also be extremely tiring and very time consuming, if you are a busy person with no extra time in your day, or if you are just not feeling up to the task, a great option for you would be to hire a handyman to do the painting for you, such as, and it will be done in a timely and professional manner, better than you could do it anyway. While this may cost a bit extra it is well worth it.


The furniture

Something that too many people tend to do is buy all of their furniture at once. While this may seem like a good idea at first because you know that everything will go together and match, it's something that one should actually rather avoid doing. This is because over, even though everything seems to fit now, over time you will probably find more and more things that you like and want to have a home in your house, which will then leave to crowding it far too much and making it cluttered and messy.

These days, a minimal, open floor plan look is the thing that people are looking for, so why not try to incorporate it into your style. Not only will it look fantastic and not messy as all, but it also won't cost you nearly as much or take up too much of your time.


Have a variety

Buying all of your décor from the same place is so easy and simple, but this can also become very boring and uninteresting, and leave your space feeling like it has no character or personality because it looks like every other apartment in the magazines.

Shopping at multiple store can allow you to have so much variety and character, especially if you don't shop at big chain stores, and rather opt for more local stores or even second hand shops. Here you will find unique items and possible even things that are one of a kind.



Artwork can be used in so many ways to decorate a room. It can fill up an empty space, add colour or life, or even be a full on centrepiece in a room. Many people aren't too sure of placements of artwork but it is just standard practice to hand them up with some kind of summitry and not too hand it too high or too low that it looks out of place. If you don't want to spend excessive amounts on fancy original painting, there are so many other options from posters, to printed photos, to even canvasses. Having artwork doesn't need to be expensive.