Home Improvement Ideas

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 With quarantine in full force, chances are you are going to be spending a lot more time at home. Now is the perfect time to make a start on all those DIY projects that you have been meaning to work on for ages. Whether you want revamp or just refresh your home, here are a few nifty hacks which can essentially transform your space, without going out to get supplies.

Give your kitchen cabinets a flawless finish

You don’t need a kitchen renovation to make your culinary space look brand spanking new. Sometimes the secret lies in a pot of paint, that you had no idea what to do with. If your cupboards and handles are looking perfectly fine, a whole new colour can take them from drab to fab. We recommend light pastel colours for a shabby chic look, or perhaps you could even opt for brighter colours for an edgier feel. Upcycle old furniture

 

Upcycle

  Upcycling is not only good for the planet and your bank account. It is the best way to add your own creative flair to any old piece of furniture. There are so many different ways to upcycle, whether you want to give a chest of drawers a new lease of life with new handles and paint. Or even jazz up your lamp shade with a new fabric drum. A brand new personalised statement piece can really transform a room. You can upcycle with almost any material in your house, whether that be an old curtain or old door handles.

 

 

Create a picture wall

Immediately add character to any room with a picture wall. You can display personal photographs, artwork you love or even both. To add extra flair, use an assortment of frames to add depth to your new personal gallery.

 

Pump up the Caulk

When refreshing our home, often it is the little things have the biggest impact on our decor. Old caulk can make your bathroom look old and even produce mildew. Keep your bathroom looking fresh and clean.

 

 

Add a touch of Glam to your Garden

Although we can’t bask in the springtime sunshine just yet. You can still create your very own haven in the garden. Whether that’s by planting new blooms, painting old plant pots or even starting your very own vegetable patch.

We really hope these tips help for whenever you decide to embark on your next DIY project.

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