Homes Spruce up on the cheap, hi-tech vac­u­ums

Bud­get blog­ger KRECHELLE CARTER on re­do­ing your space cheap!

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We spy new in­te­rior trends flood­ing our so­cial me­dia feeds and TV screens all the time, but it can of­ten cost a pretty penny to recre­ate the sea­son’s hottest looks.

Thank­fully, Krechelle’s bud­get-friendly ad­vice can help nix your woes as we move into the cooler months. The pop­u­lar Eight At Home mummy blog­ger has plenty of ways to help give space a con­tem­po­rary re­fresh with­out break­ing the bank.

In­cor­po­rate in­door plants

Noth­ing says fresh like beau­ti­ful green­ery. I ab­so­lutely love plants in my house. Bun­nings has plants from $4, which are gor­geous, and $5 mini ter­ra­cotta pots – beau­ti­ful and rus­tic! You’re look­ing at un­der $10 all up. Bun­nings also guar­an­tees all its plants (not seedlings) for 12 months so if you have a black thumb like me, you can re­turn a plant (with re­ceipt). How good is that?! North­cote Pot­tery 140 x 130mm Brown In­door Tu­lum Pot, $5, bun­nings.com..au. 70mm As­sortedd In­door Starters,s, $4.98, bun­nings.gs. com.au

Re­fresh your kitchen

A pack of fluffy new tea tow­els on your stove or sink adds a crisp coun­try feel. A glass bot­tle used as a vase is also a chic touch. Add blue gum or wat­tle from your lo­cal florist or your own back­yard, then let the leaves dry and you have an ev­er­last­ing bunch of beau­ti­ful stems in your kitchen. Neu­tral colours like white and cream can

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