Low-cost DIY projects to improve the value of your home

You don’t have to be a handyman to make transformative improvements to your home. DIY projects can create efficiency and confidence in DIY tasks, instill pride in your possessions, and they can pay off well when you’re ready to sell your home. Trained experts should handle projects related to the electrical, plumbing, or supporting structures in your home. However, there are plenty of low-risk improvements and repairs that you can make to improve your living space. Let’s explore a handful of low-cost aesthetic modifications that you should consider for your home.

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modern paint

Painting is one of the quintessential home improvement projects. It’s easy and relatively inexpensive, and just about anyone with patience can do it. It takes a little more than a few brushes, some paint rollers, and some paint.

Liven up your home inside or out by adding a fresh coat of paint to some dull walls. Play with new color ideas if you want to bring some new energy into the room. A non-uniform color wall is a great way to add dimension and depth to your interior design. If you want to get serious, you can research color theory at colormatters.com to see how different hues interact and affect the mood of their environment.

Remember, you don’t have to limit paint to just the walls. Adding color to other home features such as the front door, window sills, or a fireplace can be another great way to add aesthetic spice to your home.

If the entire room seems visually and manually overwhelming, use wallpaper as an accent.

Wall paper

Want to add some glow to one of the rooms in your house? The glossy wall paint color is satisfying enough but can last even now. The right background will add sophistication, artistry and decadence to the room. There is wallpaper available to everyone in unlimited colors and patterns. Plus, installing wallpaper makes a lot less mess than painting, and there’s no risk of staining your carpet, furniture, window sills, or other walls.

Don’t be afraid to cut and shape the wallpaper. Familyhandyman.com has extensive video tutorials.

remove popcorn ceiling

Consider removing the popcorn ceiling to give your home a more modern look. Smoothing out your ceiling will give your ceiling a sleek and modern look. The feel is more comfortable and welcoming and is guaranteed to increase your home’s resale value.

For your safety, make sure you feel comfortable working on a ladder and make sure your roof does not contain asbestos or other harmful chemicals. Put some plastic wrap from there to collect the mess and get scrape. Architecturaldigest.com has a guide for beginners.

shelves

Installing shelves has many practical benefits for any room in the house.

• Shelves provide additional storage space.
• It’s a pleasing aesthetic way to fill in empty wall space.
• They unlock more design options.

Perhaps you’ll decide to fill your shelves with books, small trinkets, potted plants, or framed photos of friends and family. If you put shelves in your bathroom, you can use them to display and store cosmetics, soaps, and other toiletries.

If you have open space on the wall in your kitchen, open shelves are a great place to store spices or the best pottery. Homedepot.com has a 2-minute video guide for this surprisingly easy task. Just make sure to keep everything level.

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