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5 Small Remodeling Tips for a Tight Budget

Are you trying to find ways to update your home that won’t break the bank?

Every homeowner has dealt with a tight budget at some point in their lives. It can seem like a daunting task at first. Luckily there are a few tips and tricks out there that can get your home looking a little more modern, all without busting your wallet.

Keep reading to find out more!

Remodeling on a Tight Budget Tips
Remodeling on a Tight Budget Tips

5 Small Remodeling Tips for a Tight Budget

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  1. White Equals Bright

One of the easiest and cheapest ways to spruce up a space, is to give it a new coat of paint.

White paint is very cheap. It’s also great for an amateur designer that wants to go for a more modern, minimal look in a room. White walls will go great lengths to lightening up a dark space.

If you’re trying to brighten a kitchen, consider painting dark wood cabinets white for a unique and modern twist.

  1. Update the Light Fixtures

Nothing ages a space more than heavy, outdated light fixtures.

Replacing one or two lamps won’t break the bank either! You can find some great, unique lights at any hardware store. Consider adding them to a room to liven up the space. This will also give you the chance to upgrade your lighting to something more eco-friendly.

  1. Add a Pop of Color

Sometimes the easiest way to update a room without dropping a lot of money on it is to pick a couple of colors to use as accents.

These colors can be then scattered around the room to add some interest that will catch the eye. You can do this by adding a rug with your color choices to the room. Or maybe some pictures or paintings.

Just because a room has been given a white-washed facelift doesn’t mean that the space has to be completely devoid of color.

  1. Thrift and Repurpose Where You Can

Remodeling doesn’t have to be completely destructive.

There may be many features of your home that can be reused or repurposed into a new space. If your kitchen cabinets are in good shape, consider reusing them in your kitchen.

Simply removing the doors, updating their color and changing their hardware will do wonders in updating your kitchen.

  1. Small Changes in the Kitchen

Kitchen remodeling can be very labor intensive. It can also become very expensive. If you’re thinking about redoing your entire kitchen, it’s important to stick to a very strict budget.

It’s also a good idea to talk to several contractors and designers before tackling this project so you know what the costs may evolve into.

Need More Remodeling on a Tight Budget Tips?

Every home deserves to wow its owners and guests.

Even if you’re trying to update it on a tight budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. If you’d like some more advice on how to make your home more modern, visit our blog today!

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