Budget-Friendly DIY Projects for New Homeowners

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Budget-Friendly DIY Projects for New Homeowners

Investing a little time, effort, and cash into your home can make a big difference in improving the way your home looks and feels. If you’re looking for a few quick and easy ways to upgrade your space, these budget-friendly projects can be done in almost no time at all without the help of hired professionals.

Dress Up Your Front Door

You’d be surprised what a fresh coat of paint, some new hardware, and additional outdoor lighting can do to really wow your visitors at your entryway. Try adding a bright new welcome mat, a couple plants, a front door wreath, or new house numbers for an extra special touch. This project can be done in a quick weekend and make all the difference. For front door inspiration, click here to visit our Pinterest page.

Spruce Up Your Walls

It’s no secret – adding a fresh coat of paint is one of the quickest, easiest, and most budget-friendly ways to completely transform the look of a room. Whether you choose to paint a single wall or an entire room, new paint can hide old scuff marks and make your home feel brand new. If painting isn’t your thing or you’d like to try something different, installing an accent wall is a trendy way to upgrade your space without picking up a paintbrush. For instructions on how to complete an easy DIY shiplap wall – click here.

Add/Upgrade a Ceiling Fan

An old ceiling fan can be an eyesore in any home. Upgrading your current fan or installing a new one can help improve the look of your home as well as increase your home’s resale value. While this DIY project may be a little pricier up front, it’s important to keep in mind that it can actually help you save money on your energy bill in the long run as ceiling fans help to circulate cool air in the summer and disperse heat in the winter. While there is electrical work involved, it is possible to install a new ceiling fan on your own as long as you take the proper safety measures and follow instructions. Check out this how-to video from the Home Depot or this article from DIY network before you get started.

Kitchen Cabinet Refresh

Are your kitchen cabinets old and outdated? While you may be dreaming of installing brand-new, gorgeous, HGTV worthy cabinets, the expense to replace them is less than dreamy. The good news is, if you’re up for the challenge and won’t mind a little chaos in your space for a short time, painting the kitchen cabinets on your own is possible and can make a big difference in transforming the way your kitchen looks. Here are 25 Tips for Painting Kitchen Cabinets from DIY Network to help get you started on the right track.

Plant a Flower Garden

Instantly boost your home’s curb appeal in a quick and easy way by planting some flowers and shrubs. A well-maintained garden can keep your outdoor space looking fresh and beautiful as long as it’s regularly tended to. Missing that green thumb and unsure of where to start? Begin by weeding your planting space and removing any debris, then check out this article on How To Plant Flowers from The Home Depot.

We hope these budget-friendly DIY projects will help you make your house a home!

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