You flip through magazines all the time and watch shows where home makeovers happen in a snap. You’re ready to give your living space a face lift, but you’re not sure where to begin. It can be overwhelming, especially when you need to think about the cost of everything that is involved and what you can do on your own. You’d be amazed at the changes you can make without spending a fortune. It’s time to get the most out of your home. Start small and watch the transformation of your home interior begin.
Revive Your Furniture
You don’t have to buy new furniture to breathe new life into your home. Seat backs from the Foam Factory can give you that extra support you have needed. Consider covering your furniture with colorful covers, adding throw pillows, or having furniture cleaned with a steam cleaner. Bring pieces out of storage and send others to the attic. Move your furniture around and experiment with new arrangements to give the feeling of a new, luxurious home.
Create a New Color Scheme
Looking at the same colors for years on end can really get on your nerves. It’s time to shake things up and give each room a fresh coat of paint. You will often find great bargains in the clearance section of your local home improvement store when customers change their minds about a certain color. Someone else’s mistake might be perfection for you.
Give Your Bathroom Some TLC
The bathroom is often overlooked, treated as a practical room without any flair. You can give it some pizzazz. New paint, a shower curtain, and accents can make it feel like a transformed space. Consider throw rugs or new flooring for a change.
Open Up Your Interior
One of the best ways to have a home makeover of your own is to give yourself more room. Get rid of all of the clutter in your home, becoming more organized along the way. If you don’t need something, it is time to let it go. Have a garage sale or send things out to a charitable organization. You will feel a new kind of freedom when your home has more open space. At the same time, someone else can enjoy any items that you don’t need or want anymore.
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