1. Boost Accessible Kitchen Storage
Take advantage of an unclaimed wall or corner space with open shelves to keep dishes, spices and frequently used cookware within reach.
2. Repaint Your Entrance Door
Dress your curb appeal by pulling elements of indoor style with outdoors to give your exterior a sophisticated look. Frame your front door and paint it to match your exterior.
3. Repolish Your Wood Floor
Restore your floors shine factor by polishing it with a product that is specifically designed for hardwood floors. A wooden floor should be polished once a year or every four to six months.
4. Paint Your Bathroom Cabinets
Give them a fresh look and a new colour. All you need are the right tools, a bit of time and a paint colour that inspires you.
5. Relight Your Space
Beautiful light fixtures can go a long way in energising or soothing a space. Successfully light a room by creating layers of light with task, accent, and ambient lighting. An interesting pendant, scone or chandelier usually boosts a rooms sophistication.
6. Add a Sink Filter
An under-sink filter gives you clean, great-tasting water without cluttering your sink or countertop space. You can install a water filter without hiring a professional.
7. Accessorise Your Entrance
Polish the look of your front door with small accessories. Details such as house numbers, outdoor lighting, and a letterbox can make a lasting impression and give your exterior a distinct personality.
8. Add a Backsplash for Less
A backsplash contributes character to the kitchen and it also protects walls from splashes and spills. Beaded-board panels and decorative tile backsplashes are easy to install and can be done without the help of a professional.
9. Make A Roman Shade
Give windows a custom look at a cheaper price using DIY window treatments. With a mini blind and midweight upholstery fabric, you can create a charming Roman Shade to block out the sun and boost your colour scheme.
10. Add Some Greenery
A landscaped walkway suggests an inviting home. Create natural beauty and assortment of perennials. They can be in the ground, in pots or both, you can install these in an afternoon with a quick trip to a local home improvement centre or nursery.