Sometimes it is easy to update thing in simple ways that do not cost a lot of money. If things like cabinets are in good shape do not replace them, change them to make them look different. Stain them a different color or paint them. Add new pulls. If they did not have pulls add some. This works for the kitchen and the bathroom.
You do not have to do everything all at once. do it in stages. You do need a plan of what you want to be done. Do part now and part later this also helps with the cost of the project.
This video will give a better idea of how to do things in stages.
If the appliances are in good working order save the expense of getting new ones. Use that money on updating other things and as the appliances need to be replace do that then. With the expense of appliances not needed at this time you might want to do more high end updates now or save the money for when the appliances need to be replaced. That is up to you.
In this video are some tips for renovating your kitchen. Check it out.
If it is a kitchen or a bathroom you can paint over tile and change the look of the room to update it.
Check out this video on a bathroom update that did not cost much to do.
If you want to change the color of your sink or tub they can be refinished to make them look better. You can hire someone to do it or they have kits for you to do it yourself. Check out the video to see how it is done so that you can know if you want to try it for yourself.
These kinds of things keep the old tub and sink from going to the landfill this saves the planet of waist and the things to make new sinks and tubs from having to be used.
A lot of these thing most people can do them themselves. What do you think, can you do it without hiring someone to make the cost that much more?
Small changes can make a big difference in how your room looks and how you enjoy it. Now it is your turn. Go have some fun and change your kitchen and bathrooms to make them more to what you want. Have fun and enjoy them for years to come without breaking the bank.
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