YOU no longer have to break the bank to have a put-together living space.
Interior designer in training, Brianna Via, posted a video revealing the cheap and easy hacks she uses to make her home look expensive for less.
To save money, Via said to get large mirrors from bathrooms or gym builders to use around your home.
"They're thin, minimal, & Roomba/pet/kid-friendly," she said.
Depending on where you want to display the mirror, she said it's easy to customize the side.
Next, the interior designer wannabe said to get light-up buttons that show when your stove burner is on.
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The light gets inserted behind the temperature knob and will turn on when the stove is being used and off when it is not.
Another stovetop accessory she suggested was using an interchangeable stovetop.
This will allow you to grill inside your home by simply switching out the top.
For an elegant vibe, she said to use self-timer lighting around your home.
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"Every day at 6 p.m. my fake candles turn on for ambiance," she said.
To make the most out of her living space, Via makes sure to only use furniture that can be converted into a bed.
"All my furniture can be turned into a bed so I can fit friends."
She suggested using futons around your home to easily convert seating into a sleeping area.
To make her home decor look more expensive, she raises her plants so that they're not just sitting on the ground.
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Via places them on cardboard boxes and keeps the boxes out of sight by placing them behind chairs or couches, allowing her plants to look more luxurious.
Many viewers loved the designer in training's hacks, saying: "You got it all figured out," and "Wait this is the most helpful thing ever."
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