If you’re a homeowner or renter, your home is likely an ongoing project. Whether it’s a home décor spruce up, renovation, or new furniture sitting on your wish list, these projects aren’t without a hefty cost. However, if you’re looking for maximum improvement with minimal investment, we’ve got some ideas for you.
Updating your kitchen can be one of the priciest parts of a home upgrade, but it’s not limited to expensive appliances or counter upgrades.
Instead, give your cabinets (and your kitchen) new life for under fifty dollars. Replacing your cabinet hardware can modernize an otherwise outdated space.
Painting a room is labor-intensive but relatively affordable depending on the room size and your paint selection. For a small investment and a Saturday or two, painting a room will make it feel brand new.
Whether you’re tired of the current color or you never got around to painting when you moved in, sprucing up your walls might be the low-cost update that your home needs.
Adding some foliage to your space will, quite literally, breathe new life into it. You can opt for a boho-chic look with macramé plant hangers or something a little more tropical with large, waxy floor plants.
If you don’t trust yourself to keep plants alive, investing in authentic-looking faux plants will have the same “wow factor” with little to no effort required on your end.
Trim Work & Walls
Whether you have basic baseboards or crown molding throughout your house, revisiting your trim can give your home a nice glow-up with minimal cost.
If the trim needs new caulk or is beginning to yellow, or if scuffs and dings need to be corrected, you’ll immediately see the positive impact on your living space and its aesthetic.
Have scuffs on your walls? Revamp your walls by making them look like clean and new with Mr. Clean magic erasers.
Outlet and Vent Update
Outlets and vents are part of your home by necessity, but that doesn’t mean you can’t upgrade them to improve your space. Those dingy white outlet frames are likely yellowing eyesores on your wall, and your vents may be suffering the same fate.
Replacing your outlets and vent covers (perhaps with some that fit the room’s aesthetic) will take them from ugly necessities to elements that add to your space.
Decorating your home isn’t without cost, but sometimes, little updates can have the biggest impact on the way your space looks and feels. As you continue saving up for those larger, more expensive changes, consider implementing these low-cost updates to tide you over and ensure you’re enjoying your home.