If you love doing up your space, there's never really a limit to home and living decor splurges.
We've got to admit, revamping different rooms in the house is the most exciting of all chores to do on a weekend.
Let's have a look at what we like.
Lamps for the bedroom
Lamps are total winners when it comes to changing the way the lighting works in the house, especially the bedrooms.
Prices: PKR 2,200-2,600
Discounts applied: 10%
Vases for the dining area
We think we've gotten too comfortable with the same vase in its usual corner. Perhaps these pieces will give the dinning area an instant face-lift.
But which one to get?
Prices: PKR 850-5,000
Discounts applied: up to 43%
Paintings for the boring lounge walls
Would you agree if we say oil paintings spruce up the living area? We're in love with these two affordable wooden wall art options.
Prices: PKR 800-1,600
Discounts applied: up to 20%
Rugs to pep up the entrances
Entrance areas are like first impressions. You shouldn't ever go wrong with them. We're inclined towards the affordable Turkish cut work rug in zebra print, but the Afghan tribal wool hand knotted runner looks like a total game changer. Errr...help us decide!
Prices: PKR 3,000-18,000
Discounts applied: upto 21%
Center tables or benches for the drawing room
Center tables breathe life into drawing rooms. Stick to the affordable classics with the Victoria handcrafted sheesham wood round table or put your savings to good use with the tufted round center bench. Your call.
Prices: PKR 3,000-26,000
Discounts applied: up to 31%
Other brands and deals to check out
Samsung (up to 33% off)
Haier (up to 22% off)
Kenwood (up to 25% off)
Dawlance (up to 30% off)
Unifoam (10% off)
Relaxsit (15% off)
BednRest (up to 45% off)
Westpoint (up to 40% off)
PEL (up to 25% off)
LifeStyle, Liberty Books and Ecostar (up to 20% off)
To have a look at all this and more on the Daraz.pk Big Home Makeover sale, head over to their official website.
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