Going through a full home renovation is expensive, time consuming and often leaves you living with family or friends for a week or two. Skip the frustration and give your home an update without spending loads of money with these 10 easy upgrades which can easily be completed in a day or two.
Make Your Laminate Counter Tops Look Like Stone
With a bit of work and a coat of paint you can make your old laminate counter tops look like stone.
Give Your Dining Room Table A High End Update
Make your dining room table look like a high end, hand made table by adding some raw wood planks onto the surface.
Update Your Bathroom Vanity In Less Than An Hour
Concrete is the in thing at the moment, give your bathroom vanity a concrete update in less than an hour with this tutorial.
Make Boring Cabinets Look New With Moulding
Add instant class to your cabinets with some inexpensive moulding and a coat of paint.
Make Old Air Vents Look New Again
Spray paint can work wonders to make old things look new again, your vents are no exception.
Liquid Stainless Steel Paint Is A Thing
Make your appliances look more modern with a coat of stainless steel paint.
Accent Ceilings Are The New Accent Walls
An accent ceilings adds some depth and colour to a room without detracting from having bright, light coloured walls. Add an accent ceiling and make use of this new decor trend.
Give Your Garage Door Faux Windows
Paint these simple little windows onto your garage door to increase curb appeal.
Replace Your Ceiling Light With A Modern Fitting or Lamp Shade
Flush mount light fittings are ugly and definitely a thing of the past, give a room a quick and easy update by adding a lamp shade or swapping out the light fitting altogether.
Dress Your Bed Like The Do In Hotels
Dress your bed like they do in hotels for a fuller and more expensive look, now you just have to remember to make it every morning.
Frame Your Television With Moulding Trim
Turn your tv into a feature with some moulding trim and paint.
My name is Michael Klements and I started this blog in 2016 to share my DIY journey with you. I love fixing, renovating and building – I’m always looking for new projects and exciting DIY ideas. If you do too, grab a cup of coffee and settle in, I’m happy to have you here.