Improving your homes does not necessarily mean that you will have to apply for a loan or to cash out big from your projects. Although some individuals would spend thousands of dollars to improve the look of their home, others are smart-savvy enough to discover ways in improving the look and function of their homes without spending too much.
Three of the key areas that will truly change the look of your home include the entrance, the kitchen and the bathroom. Just doing a few changes in these areas will make a huge difference in your home. However, is it possible to bring a whole new look to these areas for less than $100? Here are some ideas you can try.
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First impressions can really make a lot of difference in our homes. This is why the entrance is considered as one of the best places to start when you aim to create a new look for your homes. To spice up the look of your entrance, you can actually do several things without going over $100.
If you have a spacious porch, having potted plants in a metal planter can create an impressive look in your entrance. You can also consider having colorful potted flowering plants on your front porch. Save more by buying seedlings rather than full grown plants. It wouldn’t cost you as much as $50 to achieve such.
Another creative thing you can do for your front entrance is painting your front door with a bright color. A gallon of exterior/interior glossy paint will cost you no more than $20.
When you look in your kitchen, what catches your eye first? Probably all those nifty cabinets that discreetly tuck away your dishes, right? After a number of years, you might crave a different look. For starters, you might want to give them a good cleaning. This one step alone can make a difference. You would be surprised the amount of dust and grease that can accumulate on cabinets. Depending on the material that your cabinets are made of, simply removing the cabinets from their hinges and wiping them down with the damp cloth is sufficient. There are chemicals on the market, but you need to make sure that the chemicals are made for your cabinet material.
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Once your cabinets are shining again, you can then add or replace knobs. Knobs range from simple unfinished versions that cost as little as $.50 to decorative insert pulls that costs around $3. With the average kitchen containing about 12 cabinets, your cost won’t go over $36.
A few roller blinds Perth installed in your kitchen window can also make a difference.
Guest bathrooms are usually confined to a small space. Why not give this room a lift? Adding up a few accessories in your bathrooms can do the trick. You can have scented candles as starters which will cost you less than $30 or you might have several ones already available at home. You can change the wall paper of your bathroom was, add some art work or color. Stickers are considered as cheap and easy to do decorative items you can include in your bathroom redesign.
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Consider adding a few colorful fabrics inside to add color to your bathrooms. Another great trick would be placing accessories that can function as storage as well like novelty boxes, cute canisters or colorful plastic containers.