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We see it on TV, Magazines or the internet. Pictures of your dream space that perfectly fits your style. You can’t stop wondering if you can have that same fresh look to your own living space. Then, you begin planning about renovating your house but realize that it is much too expensive.
If you are looking to update or get your home a fresh new look in a tight budget. We have a few ideas for you, that you may want to try.
You might not realize it, but what your home might need most is a good clean-up. Organize your belongings, you’ll be amazed on the things that you might find behind closets and cabinets. Manage them into groups or boxes and label which you want to keep, donate, sell or throw away.
Take all the box with the things that you want to keep. Then, organize or put them in places where it is mostly used and easy to find.
Organizing your pantry and kitchen cabinets will not only improve your kitchen, but also save you a lot of money. Make a system and arrange your items in a way that is easy for you to remember. This will help you tremendously in cooking and making your grocery list.
If you are having trouble storing your items. There are affordable options for you: like rods, hooks or space dividers, to keep your pantry and cabinets organized and clean.
Let’s start simple, by taking out the overgrown shrubbery that is obstructing the view of your lovely home. Try adding potted plants if you’re thinking about adding some greenery.
Update and personalize your mailbox. It adds a nice appeal to the front of your home.
Don’t forget to pay attention to your house number sign. Sometimes, the smallest things will make a huge difference.
Forget thinking about getting a fresh new coat of paint for your walls. Why not paint the furniture instead? It will cost less and can totally transform a room.
Upcycle a few things you found after cleaning-up. Paint and repurpose it. All it takes is a lot of creativity, time and effort.
Change and Fix
As I have mentioned before, look for small things to change. Fixing the small issues that you have been neglecting for a while can make a wondrous impact. Change or fix cabinet and door handles, fill-in holes, repaint scratches on walls, trims or your ceiling. Correcting the small imperfections can really change how you look at things.
Instead of buying a new furniture for your home. Take them all out of the room. It will be easier to see where you need to place them to improve the room. Rearranging your furniture will not only give you the opportunity to change the look of your home but also help to remove clutter.
Getting that renewed look and feel to your home, that you have always been hoping for, doesn’t have to cost you an arm or a leg. You will only need time, effort and some bright ideas to make it come true. At D. Harrison Agency, we work hard in making sure that our clients are well-protected with policies that they can afford. To learn more about how we can help you, please contact our agency at (410) 559-5630 or Click Here to request a free quote.