Are you tired of staring at the same walls inside your home? Does your home decor not match your style anymore? Is your home ready for a facelift? If you are prepared to take on a home renovation, but don't feel like breaking the bank, check out these five home renovation tips on a budget.
1. Apply a Fresh Coat of Paint
Nothing makes a room feel brand new like a fresh coat of paint. New paint on the walls can increase property value and liven up a space. Check out our Popular Color Trends blog post to see the most popular colors of 2021 for any room of the house.
2. Replace the Closet Doors for a More Modern Look
Are your closet doors the same as the ones that came original to the house? If so, it is time for an upgrade. There are many options to choose from including a barn door, frosted glass doors, mirror closet doors, or stick to the classic white bifold doors. This renovation can be as little as $70.
3. Add Interest to the Walls or Ceilings
One of the most popular 2020/2021 home renovation trends is adding interest to the walls or ceiling. Adding either Wainscoting or Beadboard to the walls can create contrast and is easy to install. There are hundreds of designs on Pinterest to choose from and this home renovation can cost under $100.
4. Replace Your Old Throw Pillows
An inexpensive way to spruce up the living room is to start with the couch throw pillows. Adding new throw pillows to the living room can add a pop of color and bring your style into the space. Check out stores like Target, Home Goods, and TJ Maxx to find throw pillows that’ll match any style at a great price!
5. Install New Hardware in the Guest Bathroom
Updating your bathroom fixtures will improve the aesthetic of the space, save water and money, and increase your home’s value. There are plenty of options that cost under $50 and can completely change the look of the space. New hardware can also improve efficiency and reduce water usage. Reducing water usage will eventually lower your monthly water bill.
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