Below are some home improvement projects that are totally budget-friendly. They are quick and very easy to follow and if done right, can help make your home look better and livelier than before.
More Kitchen Storage
If you have a small kitchen then you probably have less or minimal storage. You can boost your kitchen storage by taking advantage of those unclaimed walls and corner space. Create or install open shelves with it to keep your dishes and cookware within reach.
Re-Design Your Entrance Door
Consider adding millwork to your entrance door. Some usually puts millworks indoors but little did they know that it’s also quite effective when used outdoors. You can frame your front door with millwork and paint it to give a good match with your home’s exterior colors.
Restore Your Floor Shine
If you have a wooden floor, you should polish it at least once a year. For high traffic areas, polishing should be done every four or six months. It will keep your floor shining as new and saving it from becoming totally distressed and worn out.
Stop Clutter at the Door
The entryway has a big job to do for your home. You should style your entry way by using a all-in-one storage system to serve as drop zone. A combination of storage solutions –wall hooks, lockers, cubbies and a small bench can help your entry way stay organized and accessible.
Add Some Greenery
Nothing beats a landscape walkway in terms of improving your home’s total feel and look. A landscaped walkway can help keep your home more inviting, fresh and lively. It creates a natural touch of beauty and texture at your walkway. You can do this step by yourself or hiring someone else that doesn’t charge a lot for small landscape projects.
For more home improvement ideas that won’t cost you a lot, you can read this article from Better Homes and Gardens – 25 Home Improvement Ideas Under $150.