Looking to spruce up your bathroom space without having to retile or tackle major plumbing projects? Don’t worry! It’s easy to do! There are plenty of ways to give your bathroom a beautiful updated look without breaking the bank. Check out some of these quick tips to revamp your bath on a budget.
Soil, trees, wood, stone…all of these come to mind when thinking of the outdoors. These elements are perfect additions to any space, allowing a room to look organic, rustic, and welcoming. However, we’re not talking gaudy outdoor à la dark woods, flannel, and deer heads. It’s easy to add outdoor influences in a modern and sophisticated way. Here are three ways to subtly bring the great outdoors into your home.
When it comes to renovating your home, especially for an increase in resale value, your kitchen is the most important. Your kitchen, even with small remodels, can enhance your resale value more than any other room in the home. In fact, homeowners can generally recoup as much as 80 percent of their investment in the kitchen remodel.
If you are able-bodied, and not a millionaire, there is no real reason to waste money paying other people to paint your house. I should not be saying this, I guess, according to some people. I was a professional painter for years, and I don’t want to mess with painters’ livelihood, but I also feel that I have a responsibility to the consumers to let them in on a few tips for saving money in these tough economic times. You can paint your own place if you have a little bit of money and a good amount of time.
Periodically updating and improving the appearance of your home’s interior is a great way to keep things fresh and keep your home looking great. Major overhauls can be pricey; but it isn’t necessary to spend a ton of money to change the look of your home’s interior. Here are some ideas for Updating and improving your home’s interior on a budget.