Want to make improvements to your home, but don’t have enough to really splurge? Depending on your renovation, hiring labour and purchasing materials can be expensive. However, turns out a there are a few smaller projects that can maximise the value of your home, without breaking the bank. If you’re aspiring to make your home look better for less, we’ve got a few reno tips that are perfect for you. From beautifying your home with modern lighting solutions to making your entrance more welcoming, there’s a number of home improvements options available that won’t cost you more than $100.
If your home is full of old-fashioned lighting fixtures, then a simple way to bring your home into the 21st century is to update them with modern looking, energy-efficient alternatives. Not only will this increase the value of your home, but better lighting will make your rooms look larger and feel warmer. While fixtures can vary in price depending on the type you’re after, be sure to account for the cost of hiring an electrician for the installation.
When it comes to your home, first impressions are important—particularly for potential buyers, if you’re looking to sell. Depending on how much you’re willing to spend, you can add a few pot plants and a front door rug or just completely replace the door with something more modern and elegant.
Being the smallest room in the house, $1000 can go a long way in the bathroom. Whether you want to add lighting and mirrors to make the bathroom look bigger or completely replace the toilet and sink with something more modern, it’s up to you! Just remember, if you’re replacing a toilet or sink there will be plumbing costs involved.
When’s the last time you’ve had your house cleaned by a professional? While you can certainly take a DIY approach to giving your house a thorough clean, there are some things only Taree cleaning professionals can do. From high-pressure cleaning driveways to steam-cleaning your carpet, they will have all the latest cleaning technology to make your home look like new!
Adding wall shelving is a great way to trick the eye into thinking the space looks larger than it actually is. Plus it provides a great place to store books, artwork, photo frames or any item of your choice that you would consider visually appealing. Did we mention that it’s also very cheap?