LOOKING expensive doesn't have to mean spending a lot of money.

Interior design expert Amanda Albrecht posted a video sharing her simple trick for making your home look more expensive.

Wall decor can transform the look of a home, but if not styled properly, your interior can end up looking cheap.

When it comes to artwork, Albrecht shard how to display the decorative pieces to ensure that your home looks put-together and expensive.

First, the expert showed an entryway with a small table and two picture frames hanging above it.

"Instead of using small artwork like this, pick a piece that covers 60 to 70 perfect of the wall," she said.


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She then swapped out the two frames for a larger canvas that left minimal empty wall space above the table.

Though the artwork she hung looked very expensive, she said she got it for under $100.

The expert styled the table under the artwork with pieces such as vases, flowers, and trays to help tie it in with the artwork above.

Nobody wants to spend a large amount of money on wall decor.

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Instead, thrift stores and home stores such as Marshalls, HomeGoods, or TJ Maxx all have affordable deals on quality decor.

Many viewers loved Albrecht's tip, saying: "Wow…. That looks so good," and "Absolutely love that!!"

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Another user said: "I made a wall with like eight picture frames. Wasn't happy about it and didn't know why."

"So much better with a large painting."

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