Hey, you! Are you looking to make some updates to your home?
It is about that time of the year where Spring cleaning kicks in. It makes me not only want to clean up and get rid of clutter, but I find myself looking to make updates. These updates can be as simple as painting a room or changing a light fixture. However, sometimes I think about doing some fancy updates, such as putting in a Vuelift panoramic elevator
or adding on an additional room. I know I cannot be the only one.
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However, for the most part, I try to keep my projects small and reasonable depending on my time and budget. Those are the two most important things to consider when taking on a project to revamp your home into something fresh and new. Do not go broke or into severe debt for something you want. It is better to save up so you can comfortably afford these luxuries.
If you are on a budget, use social media, such as Pinterest, for some inspiration. You would not believe all the amazing do-it-yourself projects I have found. Not only do they save you money in the long run, but I find it to be rather satisfying that I was able to complete the task myself without having to hire a professional.
One thing I enjoy working on, that is pretty hard to mess up, is backyard projects. Since I do not have my own patio, I took to Pinterest to get some inspiration. I was able to make a nice little patio area for around $200 give or take. Of course, depending on the styles you choose and when you choose to do it, you can possibly go even cheaper. For instance, if you shop for outdoor décor in the winter rather than the Spring or Summer, you will save quite a few dollars.
You do not have to be a Boardingschools.ca
graduate or a rocket scientist to take on home projects. With so many how-to
tutorials all over the internet, just about anyone can make their own renovations. However, I do recommend saving the larger tasks, such as room add-ons and changing out windows, to a professional.
Feel free to share your recent home updates!