Renovating your home can be a very expensive project and is not for the faint hearted. Don’t let that scare you away though. Here are some handy tips that won’t blow the budget and provide maximum results.
Do Your Homework
There are so many fantastic tools out there to help you find budget friendly ideas when renovating your home. If you find something that you think will definitely blow the budget, whether its furniture or something more permanent, there are always cheaper alternatives, you just have to find them!
Refreshing the paint throughout the house will give you the biggest impact without breaking the bank. You can save money on labour as well as buying paint in bulk by selecting the same colour for most rooms.
If the carpets are old and desperately need replacing. Consider replacing them with laminate flooring. This is a much more affordable option than hardwood and does not need replacing as often as carpet which is saving you money in the long run.
The kitchen is the most expensive area of a house to renovate which may put off those who are renovating on a budget. If the kitchen is in good condition a coat of paint, replacing cupboard doors, updating the splash back or even the handles is a cost-effective way to transform the kitchen.
There are several things you can to with the bathroom without re-tiling the whole area, which can get expensive. Update fixtures and outdated lighting. Replace the vanity and mirror. Replace old and mouldy silicone in the shower. These are all simple ways to change the entire look of the bathroom.
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