Giving your home a new look doesn’t have to mean a big renovation or a huge demolition. Sometimes the smallest projects can go a long way to making your home look updated and fresh. Many of these home projects have the added bonus of not requiring a large budget.
It’s a small project that makes a big impact—and it doesn’t come with the mess of a full renovation. Swapping out outdated railings and balusters with new iron or updated wood hardware can be just the ticket to make your home look fashionable.
Nothing can make a kitchen look old more than crumbling cabinets and ugly countertops. If your cabinets are still in good shape (or can be refinished or painted for a new look), consider replacing your outdated countertops with new, updated countertops. If your budget doesn’t have room for stone counters, look at laminate or man-made countertops that are made to look like stone
(your contractor can also make suggestions).
Backsplash & under cabinet lighting
A backsplash is the finishing touch that can set your kitchen apart. It’s also a custom touch that, done well, can make your kitchen look like you made a large investment in your remodel (even when you didn’t!). Under cabinet lighting is just the cherry on top of the sundae—and it can fit any budget.
Your home office is where you spend a lot of time and put a lot of your energy. Make it functional and a place where you want to work with additional cabinetry and under cabinet lighting—without taking up a lot of your time on a do-it-yourself project. Instead,
contact a contractor to give you a high impact space that makes your home functional and updated.