5 Budget Friendly Home Improvement Tips for 2019

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Giving your home a new look is one of the best ways to start the year. While some home remodeling projects may seem expensive, there are many different ways to upgrade the living room or the kitchen area without spending big bucks.

Here are some simple, but effective ways you can try to enhance the overall look of your home:

Go Green

Adding indoor plants will not only change the appearance of your home. This is also good for your health and wellness. In fact, they bring a soothing effect on the body-mind. Some of the best indoor plants you can put in your bedroom include Jasmine, Lavender, Gardenia, English Ivy, and many more. According to studies, these plants can help reduce anxiety, which can boost mood and productivity.

Look for customized large square planter boxes to complement the room’s theme and overall design.

Refresh your Rooms with Paint

A quick paint job is one of the best ways for any room makeover. Today, many people choose the latex paint. Unlike the regular oil-based paint, they are more durable and easier to maintain.  Using semi-gloss paint is the best choice for kitchens and bathrooms. Satin sheens can also be a good alternative.

Stick to monochromatic approach if you’re aiming for modern or contemporary style. Keep in mind that you can combine anything from the color-wheel to create a new primary paint color.

Make Use of Customize Wallpaper

Modern living room

Using readymade wallpapers has now become a trend; and just like a new paint job, installing wallpapers can also do some tricks. This is a good alternative solution for rooms with plain wall, slim baseboards, window cases, and wall-trims. It’s also easier to install. There are also wall murals available, which you can add to some areas of the house like the living room, children’s bedroom, and the kitchen.

Start taking photos of your existing room and get the right measurements before going to the retail store. This should help you sort your options for your furnishings.

Upgrade your Lighting

Other than maximizing the security or visibility, upgrading your home’s lighting system can also highlight the best features of both the interior and exterior areas. Find the most strategic locations when installing your lighting. For indoors, you can be more stylish by adding track lighting. This makes all the light fixtures in order. You can use it on countertops, walls, and other objects.

Switching to energy efficient LED light bulbs can be a good long-term investment. This can make a huge difference on your utility bills. As much as possible, go for bulb types recommended by the Department of Energy.

Treat your Lawn

Your lawn or the exterior area is the first thing people will notice. Adding screened canopies can not only protect from the harsh weather conditions. This can also bring a new look to your home. There are now affordable built-in gazebos available in local hardware, which can range from $200 to $400.

Instead of grass floor, try building a paver patio for the flooring. You can go for bricks or concrete pavers, which are more durable and available in many different styles and colors.

These are just some of the things you can do to upgrade the overall look of your home on the budget. Be resourceful and creative.

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