From wall art and mirrors to artefacts and rugs, the cost of creating your dream home can quickly add up, so it’s important to have an understanding of the costs involved. That’s where the Livspace store can come to your rescue. To help you stay within your budget, we’ve put together a list of affordable home decor pieces from our store that can easily suit any home.

We’ve also covered a list of ideas you can use to decorate your home on a budget. So, if you’re ready for a fresh and low-budget home design, keep reading!

How Much Do Different Types of Home Decor Pieces Cost?

Ready to plan your home decor budget? Let’s take a look at the various home decor items you can use, as well as how much they can typically cost you.

ItemPrice Range*
Prints and Canvas Wall Art₹2,300 to ₹19,000
Metal Wall Art₹3,500 to ₹11,800
Faux Indoor Plants ₹500 to ₹2,200
Shelves and Display Ledges₹2,500 to ₹9,400
Cushion Covers₹600 to ₹2,400
Table Linen₹1,000 to ₹3,000
Rugs₹6,000 to ₹12,000
Mirrors₹6,000 to ₹10,000
Artefacts₹2,000 to ₹3,000

*Please note that the product prices above are inclusive of taxes. All prices are estimated ranges and can vary depending on promotional offers, availability, and the materials used. Additionally, shipping charges are not included in these price ranges. 

Here Are Some Simple Tips to Decorate Your Home on a Budget

If you’re wondering how to decorate your home without breaking the bank, we have some easy tips for you. Let’s take a look at some creative ways to use decor pieces to stay under budget.

#1: Decorate Your Walls With Custom Art Prints

Canvas or metal, whichever material you choose, it’s bound to make your walls more interesting

If you think about it, art and design go hand in hand. Based on the type of art you choose, it can also be a great option for a low-budget home design. Be it fun posters or detailed portraits, there’s a wide variety of options to choose from for your walls.

In fact, if prints and canvas aren’t your cup of tea, you can even explore designs in metal! Metal wall art can be a great accessory if you want to curate a contemporary or industrial theme for your interiors.

Get the look with: The Floral Glow Set of 3 Wall Art pieces and the Polo Wall Decor

Also Read: Bring an Empty Wall to Life: 10+ Easy DIY Ideas

#2: Bring Nature Indoors With Potted Plants

Faux botanicals can be a low-cost and inexpensive alternative to real plants

If budget constraints are wearing you down, there’s no better option than a set of potted plants. Indoor plants such as fiddle leaf figs and cacti are ideal because they’re low maintenance and easy to style.

You can also use faux grass stems or bouquets for more budget-friendly interior design options. Decorate your botanicals in rustic planters or unique ceramics to complete the look.

Get the look with: The Floral Paradise Arrangement and the Barrel Love Pot Planter

#3: Leverage Shelves As a Multifunctional Display Unit 

Shelves can double as extra storage space or as open display units

Depending on how you choose to use them, shelves can be a multifaceted and affordable home decor element. You can store books, plants, and even ornaments on them. Moreover, they’re also a space-saving alternative to bulky bookcases, especially if you live in a small home.

Get the look with: The Above & Beyond Set of 3 Wall Shelves and the Fabula Wall Shelf

#4: Spice Up Plain Furniture With Decorative Pillows

Embroidered, bejewelled, fur, or printed cushion covers can be just what your old sofa needs

There are two ways to spruce up an old sofa set without blowing up your budget—with slipcovers or with interesting throws and cushion covers. Slipcovers are available in a variety of prints and patterns and just need to be draped over your existing sofa set.

The same way, embroidered or printed cushion covers can achieve the same refreshing look, while still being a low-budget home design alternative. Try to create a contrast with your sofa set and pillow covers by choosing colours that complement each other but still add a vibrant pop to the space.

Get the look with: The Italian Throwback Cushion Cover

#5: Try Something Different With Your Dining Room Decor

Refresh your table decor with table runners or patterned place mats for a thematic look

More often than not, keeping it simple is the way to ace an affordable interior design plan. A creative way to do this is by mixing and matching your dining room chairs. In other words, consider reupholstering a couple of your chairs in a different colour or pattern to make them stand out.

If refurbishing your dining room furniture isn’t an option, stick to just decorating your table with stylised ceramics and cutlery. Alternatively, you can also play around with table runners and place mats in different prints and colours to spice up your low-budget home design.

Get the look with: The Temple Door Table Runner and the Turquoise Muse Table Mat

#6: Refresh Your Floors With Textured or Statement Rugs

A rug can help tie the room together by offering a break in monotony with different prints, colours, and textures

Rugs have the potential to effortlessly transform a space without a single structural change. What’s more, it’s a great tool for layering different elements in a low-budget home design.

You can do this with printed or patterned rugs that either complement or contrast the room’s design, for a layered look. If there’s already too much going on, a neutral carpet or jute rug will work just as well.

Get the look with: The Faded Monsoon Floor Rug

#7: Add Character to Your Tabletops With Unique Vases


What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about table decor? In most cases, you might immediately conjure up images of a vase. This is because vases have been an age-old decor staple and are only getting better with time. Moreover, they’re a constant when it comes to affordable interior design.

From accent pieces to contemporary designs, there’s a vase to suit every interior design style. Prop them on a table or add them to your shelves for a unique look.

Get the look with: The Gilded Flower Vase and the Silver Ballerina Vase

#8: Create Fun Illusions With Quirky Mirror Designs

A mirror can help open up the space, adding more depth to the room

Besides making a chic style statement, mirrors can also be used to play around with the concept of space. They help reflect light to make the space look bigger than it is, making it a handy addition to smaller homes.

Since mirrors are typically available at different price points, there’s sure to be a handful of options to suit a low-budget home design.

Get the look with: The Remington Mirror

#9: Put Some Eye-Catching Artefacts on Display

Artefacts can add a unique touch to your space when used as statement or display pieces

Curios and vintage knick-knacks continue to hold a special place in the art of decor. Based on the artefact you choose, you can add much character to the space with just one decor item.

Besides browsing through thrift stores and antique shops, you can also find some of these pieces at the Livspace store.

Get the look with: The Zany Mesh Artefact

#10: Here’s a Bonus Idea—Get Creative and Paint a Wall!

Create an accent wall by just painting one wall of your room to make it the focal point

There’s nothing like a fresh coat of paint to add some interest to your walls. Whether you decide to paint the whole space or just a single wall, it can prove to be a great way to decorate a low-budget home design. This is because paint is relatively cheaper than wallpaper.

It costs between ₹19 to ₹42 per sq. ft. + 18% GST to paint a single wall. This cost includes the price of materials and labour

The painting process includes two coats of putty, one coat of primer, and two coats of paint. However, please note that the labour charges for painting can vary from city to city.

How Can Livspace Help You?

  • We can help you find curated furniture and stunning decor from the best brands
  • You can shop for the best quality home decor from the convenience of your home
  • Our expert design associates can assist you with everything you need, from design ideas and product recommendations to delivery details and service questions

Ready to decorate your home? Check out the Livspace store for more details. If you also need help designing your home, book an online consultation with Livspace today to get started.

Disclaimer: All contents of the story are specific to the time of publication. Mentions of costs, budget, materials, finishes, and products from the Livspace catalogue can vary with reference to current rates. Additionally, please note that the products showcased in the images within the story are subject to availability.

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