Did you know that the average home always has 9 repairs or DIY jobs that have to be completed? If you are ready to tackle all of your jobs you have hanging around your home and are also looking to improve the look of your home but without going into debt, we are here to help.
Keep reading for the top DIY home improvements you can start tackling right away.
- Spruce Up the Entrance
One way to improve your home’s appearance is to spruce up the entrance. Fixing up your curb appeal can give your exterior a sophisticated look without breaking the bank. You can buy some paint and give your front door a new color and add some inviting plants or flowers to your front porch or entrance.
You can also consider stamped concrete outside your home to give it a personal touch.
- Fireplace Facelift
With the holidays right around the corner, this might be a perfect DIY project to get started on. You can give it a makeover with a fresh coat of paint but make sure to clean it well to loosen up any grime.
After you are done cleaning it, apply a stain-blocking primer to cover any soot stains that are left behind. When you are looking for the perfect paint, make sure to invest in a high-gloss paint that will last you for years to come.
- String Lights
You can turn your outdoor space into a welcoming gathering spot which in turn will also increase the amount of square footage you can use. The extra room you will have will be great when you are entertaining and you can spend extra time outdoors whether it is summer or winter.
- Peel and Stick Wallpaper
If you have been nervous about adding a bold look to your home then this is the safest way to go just in case you hate it. Peel and stick wallpaper can add a burst of vibrant color or pattern to any room without tearing up walls or painting.
Look for a focal wall to add some spice or look for low-humidity space that the wallpaper will stick to.
- Kitchen Cabinet Hardware
Another fun and easy DIY project is to update your hardware in your kitchen. If you currently have silver hardware opt for a pop of gold or a matte black. Choose a color that will stand out and give your cabinets a good contrast.
Make sure to measure the width of your cabinet pulls before you head to the hardware store.
Which DIY Home Improvements Will You Tackle?
Now that you have our top list of DIY home improvements that you can do without breaking the bank, which ones will you attempt to do yourself? Remember to always add your own flair and personal touch to make it unique to you.
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