Sometimes you don’t need to spend a lot of money on your home for it to have maximum impact, far from it. You can do quite a lot with just a little bit of money if you know what you are doing and get creative.
It is all about making the most of what you have in a way that creates maximum impact for as little as possible. This post looks at some of the small jobs you can undertake in very little time that will completely change the look and feel of your home.
New Front Door
A new front can really change up the whole of how the front of your house looks, and their interior space too if you are choosing to have a lighter colour on the inside than you currently have. There is a wide range of contemporary front doors on the market right now; if you need to replace the door fully, you can have a look on Pinterest and find out how easy it is to upcycle your front door by giving it a new coat of paint to freshen up the entrance to your home.
Refresh Your Kitchen
Vinyl coverings have become popular in recent years. Their flexibility in being used for a wide variety of upcycling tasks around the house and its durability means many people are using this as a quick and easy way to change permanent fixtures and fittings around the home.
Use vinyl coverings to update your countertops in the kitchen and your cupboards. If you have wooden cupboards, using furniture paint can help you give them a facelift without the cost of having a new kitchen fitted completely.
Change Your Lights
Statement lighting can really complete the look of a room or create a focal point in grand hallways. New light fittings can be easy to update and require very little know-how. However, completely removing the lightbulb and wires for fitted lights in a different style needs to be fitted by a competent DIYer or an electrician to ensure it is done correctly/ Once you change the light, you will notice that the room takes a whole new look and feel really quickly and easily.
Paint The Walls
Really quick and easy to get started, pretty inexpensive to do, and it can create quite the impact. Whether you choose to lighten up your home by choosing whites or neutral colours, or you get out the masking tape and create a visit style and design on an otherwise plain wall to create a focal point. Let your creativity have free reign, and see how you can use paint to change up the interior of your home completely.
Reconfigure Your Home
Is there something not quite right about your home? Do you feel it needs changing up, but you don’t know what it needs doing? Start out by rearranging the furniture you already have and change up your shelves or picture on the walls etc. A change is good as a rest, so goes the old saying, and the same applies to the layout of your home. So take a day to fully reinvent one room in your home and see how it changes how you look at the room.