After a few years, a home can really show its age after being worn in by the hustle of everday life. Especially when raising kids, things that were once pristine and new can look tattered within a short amount of time. As you are about to see, breathing new life into your home’s interiors doesn’t always have to be expensive.
1. Change the look of your kitchen counters with a few simple steps.
2. Give your stairs a makeover.
3. Paint and epoxy your garage floor.
4. Make some cheap mirrors look extraordinary with a few modifications.
5. Build a DIY faux fireplace. Learn how to here.
6. Fix those annoyingly squeaky floors.
7. Use contact paper to create a decorative and cheap privacy screen.
8. Fix or replace any damaged wood siding you may have.
9. Add wainscoting to any open areas that need some extra flair.
10. Contact paper can also be used to beautify any mirror doors you might have.
11. Stick-on vinyl flooring is cheap, easy to do and covers up existing outdated floors with little effort.
12. You can spray paint old door hardware for a new look.
13. A fresh coat of paint on door trims can make all the difference.
14. If there are any holes in the wall, patch them up and cover with paint.
15. Repairing and refinishing old windows can be a lot cheaper and more effective than replacing them.
16. You can replace any air grills with decorative ones.
17. Peel-and-stick mosaic tiles are perfect for giving you that new backsplash with less than half the work.
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