Every living being loves its abode and the same goes true for the humans as well. You also seem to be a home lover and always want to upgrade it to your maximum affordability. In this era of utter dearness and inflation, you will definitely prefer affordable ways to redesign your home. We have also worked out a few such ways for your convenience so that you may also give your home a new, impressive and attractive look. You may also discuss these with some well-expert and renowned firms like Brentwood interior designer, etc. before you follow them. None of these affordable ways will be above $500, but all will serve you not only now but also in future. So, here we go now.
- Repaint your rooms to give them a fresh look.
Paint is the most oft-tackled DIY home-improvement upgrade. Just a can of quality paint with its virgin look can hide your sins of decoration on the walls. This power of a coat of paint will rearrange the reality and give your drab walls a burst of brilliant depth. And be sure that it will not cost you more than $400.
- Manage a flawless, new finish to the kitchen cabinets.
Over the years wearing and tearing of the kitchen cabinets often give a dreary look to your kitchen. Replacing them with the new ones is a very costly project both with respect to time and money. If the doors and frames look structurally strong, you can give them a new sunny look within a week. With the help of some strong cleaner, sandpaper and a paintbrush, you can do this miracle yourself. It will cost you not more than $150, just a fraction of the cost of even the cheapest new cabinets.
- Arrange more flowers without any cost.
If you divide the perennials at your home every 3—5 years, you can thin clump forming varieties in a great way. A great example of this is the day-lily which blooms from late spring to late summer. You can also use this technique to control the size of plants, invigorate growth and multiply the number of specimens in your garden. A very effective guideline may be to split apart spring and summer blooming perennials in late summer or before the fall frost.
- Lay out a low-cost stair runner.
It is really very risky to use a slippery staircase especially when you are in a bit of hurry. To have a strong grip on the slippery stairs is never possible. In order to avoid this nuisance, it is advisable to lay out a low-cost stair runner. Where a fine carpet will cost you $2500, two off-the-shelf woven runners stitched length-wise will do the trick in just $300. You will instantly give a non-slip upgrade to your home stairs in this way.
- Refinish your wooden front door.
With the passage of too much time, wooden front door must have got rough, dried and peeled-off at certain places. This is due to the adverse effects of wind, water and sun over the years. It really gives an entirely poor impression of the whole building overall. With just a little effort of repairing and polishing, you can regain the grace and splendor of your front door.
Thus, you can upgrade your house with a little physical and financial efforts and it will start giving a fresh and new look once again.
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