We hope our series on credit was helpful during Open Forum Wednesday, as always do not hesitate to reach out and ask any questions regarding the series and your credit. Now in this article, we will talk about DIY home renovation.
This week we are focusing on homeowners and providing a few tips for upgrading your home on a budget. When you have been in your home for some time, and even if you are a new homeowner, there may be some changes you want to make but you feel like you can’t afford it. For those of us who can’t quite pull off a $50K upgraded kitchen yet, there are other options that are surprisingly cheap and easy to do. When I first purchased my recent home, I switched out all the hardware on the cabinets and drawers in my kitchen to flow with the new appliances I had installed. It gave my kitchen a fresher look and cost me less than $100.
If you are good with paint or have friends who enjoy it, throw a paint party and give a room a facelift, or paint the trims and doors throughout the house. Window coverings can also be changed on a budget, a curtain rod and some new curtains can liven up any room and can be purchased for a few hundred dollars depending on the number of windows. The list goes on, but we want to hear from you! Gives us and the community some ideas for easy/inexpensive home upgrades. Visit our Facebook Page to interact more with us.