Quick and Easy Budget Upgrades
With the right planning, a little elbow-grease, and a couple a hundred bucks, you can upgrade your home and not upset your wallet. Transform the look and feel of a room with small projects that won’t consume your time either.
A brilliant color burst could wake up an drab room. Painting is the most utilized home-improvement upgrade for a low-cost solution.
Low-Cost Stair Runner
Cover your stairs with a grippy Stair Runner. Finding the perfect accent color, a few carpet/wood tacks, and a weekend, you’ll spruce up your staircase with a splash of color.
Give Kitchen Cabinets a Flawless, New Finish
Brighten up the room you spend lots of time in with replacing your cabinet doors with new up-to-date look and feel. If your frames and doors are sound, you could just brush over with a new coat of paint, a nice vibrant color to add life to your kitchen. You may need to sandpaper and prep your doors, before the painting begins.
Get More Flowers Without Spending a Dim
Dividing perennials every few years is a great way to double or triple the flowers in your flower bed. Best time to start dividing is late summer before the frost sets in.
Water Filter and Ditch Expensive Bottles
Install a water filter onto your faucet, or better yet, if you in the market for a new fridge, make sure you purchase one with a water dispenser with filter included. Save the planet.
Eco-Friendly Warm Layer of Insulation
Get rid of that icy-cold floor with a soft, cushioned cork floor. Now available in interlocking square pieces for easy installation. Easy to install over existing flooring, concrete, and plywood. It starts at only $6 sq. ft.
Put Down a Fresh Bead of Bathroom Caulk
That awful yellow or brown tinge along the edges of your bathtub that is starting to crack, get rid of it! Caulk is cheap and easy. An hour and simple tools will make your bathtub look fresh and clean.