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Budget blogger KRECHELLE CARTER on redoing your space cheap!
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