Four Cheap Remodeling Hacks for Your Home
Remodeling is expensive. Whether you’re adding new appliances to a kitchen, new flooring to a bedroom or revamping your bathroom completely, the costs add up quickly. If you’re tight on cash, there are a few things you can do that won’t break the bank. Here are four remodeling tricks to give your home a small facelift.
Replace Cabinet Hardware
Replacing knobs and pulls is a quick and easy way to update your home. Get fancy rhinestone knobs for your kitchen or plain silver that matches your appliances. Minimal, sleek knobs and pulls are great for the bathroom. There's even a website that specializes in affordable knobs.
Add a Light Tube
Does your home not get enough natural light? Instead of breaking down walls and adding windows (which can get very expensive), add a light tube to a space that needs more light. There are a ton of options on Home Depot’s website.
Update Your Light Fixtures
You can completely transform a room by just changing a few light fixtures. Take out the ratty, old chandelier that hangs in your dining room and replace it with something more modern and minimalistic. Switch out your kitchen fixtures for something that adds light and happiness to the room. If you don’t want to shell out the cash for a new fixture, try one of Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores.
Organize Your Closet
Make your bedroom closet look clean and updated simply by adding closet organizers. Not only will this look great but it will make your bedroom feel even calmer. Wayfair has many options that you can look through for organizing.
What’s your favorite way to update your home on the cheap?