Home improvement projects can be extremely pricey, especially if you hire handymen who’ll work by the hour. But some ideas wouldn’t cost you a lot, and if you’re experienced enough, you can even do these yourself. Here are some home improvement ideas that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.
You can replace the bathroom tops with a natural stone so as to get that elegant and high-class look. Order or buy granite top and do not start unless you have enough tools in your hand. Before you begin, make sure the top is perfect and flawless. Inspect to see if it has any flaws.
Start by tearing out the old fixture and mending the walls if that is required. You can always store the old installation or refurbish it by painting. Paint the walls and replace the old mirror with a new one.
After fixing the mirrors, fix the faucet in place and install the brand new granite top with all its plumbing.
Increase kitchen storage
A significant improvement for the kitchen is to increase the storage. This will become handy in the future when selling the house as well.
You can start by looking for spaces that are free or corner spaces that can be shelved up. This will increase the capacity and hence, you’ll be able to add more dishes and cookware. You can always add a plain shelf that is decorated with brackets so as to add personality.
A wine rack can also be added beside the cabinetry if you have a few bottles lying around the house.
If you’re too lazy to paint, you can always add snazzy wallpapers to the walls. With wallpapers coming back as a trend, there are plenty of great wallpapers that you can choose from. They are cheap as well!
But do keep in mind; covering each and every wall with wallpaper isn’t advisable. You should start with just one wall to see if it matches the tone and lighting of the room. If you have rooms with plain walls, considering adding wallpapers to these rooms instead of rooms that already offer great interiors.
An excellent way to determine if the wallpaper will go well with the room is to take a photograph of the room and bringing it to an interior designer or a wallpaper store. See if there are specialists that are willing to help you work in great looking wallpaper that will compliment your room as well as the furniture.
Wallpapers are also great if you’re looking to cut corners with your budget.