If you don’t have the budget to buy new furniture altogether then it is best if you accessorize your furniture with small cost-friendly alternatives. We have narrowed down these alternatives for you:
1. Accommodate a Bar Cabinet
Bar cabinets are an eye-catchy way of negotiating with space while utilising it to its maximum. Place them at a convenient and easy to access location, and marvel at your interiors.
We Suggest: Edmis Bar Cabinet for a suave impression.
2. Consolidate Sofas and Small Side Tables
Those small bedside tables, that you never imagined outside of your bedroom, do wonders to the interior of your living room when placed in combination with your two/three-seater sofa.
We Suggest: Aaron Bedside Table will blend well with any interior theme.
3. Fetch a Stool
A new flair could be easily brought to your living room if you add a majestic stool across the coffee table. It warms the ambience of the room by amplifying the elegance.
We suggest: Pick any one of these- Clan Stool, Flint Iron Stool or Feller Side Stool.
4. Bring a Bookshelf
Bring your R & R to your living room. Fellow Potterheads can take out their wands and chant Accio to summon a bookshelf to your living room, showcasing your art collections and bragging about the beauty of the room along with your precious collection of books and magnificent box-sets.
We Suggest: Hamlin Corner Bookshelf or Cagney Book Shelves.
Both these book shelves are real gems when you need to refurbish your living room while saving space.
5. Drag a Lounge Chair
If you have a small space by your window, and you’re falling short of ideas to fill the space with, drag a lounge chair to sit back, relax and nurse that much needed cup of tea while staring out in the space.
We Suggest: Alves Lounge Chair or Arnaz Lounge Chair or Alpina Lounge Chair are calling for you.