There are times when you want nothing more than to revamp your home, but when finances are tight, this can seem out of reach. Thankfully, there are things you can do to give your property a revamp without breaking the bank.
Replace Internal Doors
Just switching doors can instantly refresh rooms. You could decide on classic white, traditional cottage styling or an urban industrial look. There are lots of options out there to suit all budgets, whether you are looking for composite doors in Stroud or reclaimed doors in another part of the UK.
People searching for composite doors Stroud and other options, can find that simply changing a door removes the need to do anything more to alter the look of a room. This means that it can be an extremely cost-effective way of giving your home a new lease of life.
Painted wooden floorboards can immediately uplift a room in the style stakes. You can create a fresh yet characterful vibe with a white-painted floor, especially when teamed with vibrantly coloured art, furniture or accessories. Or, you could go for black to create a moody, dramatic feel. If you don’t want to lose too much light in a room, team black floorboards with contrasting white walls.
Reupholstering sofas and chairs is a great way to change the look of your interiors. Even if you have to use an upholsterer rather than doing it yourself, this can still be a much better financial option than replacing quality furniture.
Reupholstering is a great way of recycling, something which is good for the planet as well as your bank balance. Read more about the benefits of recycling on the Friends of the Earth website here.
If your kitchen is in need of a revamp, consider painting cabinets or replacing handles. If you want to paint, remove the fronts, prep the surface and then paint in the colour of your choice. You could also choose a new splashback to complement the look of your new kitchen.