We all crave the creature comforts of a cozy, well-designed home.
While there are a lot of do-it-yourselfer’s out there who work tirelessly on their homes and seem to be updating or renovating on a constant basis— this is not possible for those of us who don’t know the difference between a table saw and a drill.
Invest in a new front door or paint your old one, it can dramatically change the look of your home and enhance curb appeal.
Try other easy DIY fixes like repainting the exterior trim, replacing the house numbers or installing new outdoor lighting.
Many companies will remove cabinet doors and drawers, refinish the cabinet boxes and then add brand-new doors and drawers at a price considerably less than new cabinets.
Unless the cabinets are mica, a fresh coat of paint can also do the trick.
It can be as simple as removing a couple of screws, sliding the panel out and flipping it over.
Next to the kitchen, bathrooms are often the most important rooms to update. Simple things like a new toilet seat and a pedestal sink are pretty easy for homeowners to install, and they make a big difference.
Wait until the update is complete to talk with your Google Assistant on Google Home.
28 Inviting Colors to Paint a Front Door You don't have to go for the expensive tile backsplash, try something simple and inexpensive like tin ceiling tiles, or wooden beadboard, wallpaper, stainless steel, chalkboard or magnetic paint.
7 Budget Backsplash Projects Headboards can be made out of anything – find something you're passionate about and turn it into a headboard.
If your kitchen appliances don't match, try ordering new doors or face panels from the manufacturer.
Many dishwasher panels are white on one side and black on the other.