Nothing ventured, nothing gained. To give your home, a little boost invest a little time and get a lot of improvement for a very little price.
Un-deck the Halls and be happy
Let’s start with the entryway. Stop the scattered mail, books, boots and other items shed at the door. After all, the entryway has to make a good first impression. Keeping “Drop Zone” items organized with function and flare requires a do-it-all storage system. Look for a piece of furniture to perform triple duty as a bench, shoe caddy, and storage solution.
The next point of home decor ante-upping is probably the living room. One eye-catcher is to give a dated brick fireplace a modern make-over with a fresh color paint. Remember to scrub the fireplace to unlock any grime. Also, be sure to apply stain blocking primer to a fresh, clean fireplace before painting with high-gloss finish. Fabulous!
We’ve Got Your Back(splash)
The next place guests will end up is the kitchen. To jazz that up add a simple backsplash. A backslash not only adds character to a kitchen it also protects walls from saucy splashes and spills. The beadboard backsplashes add a high gloss wood feel. But many prefer a tile backsplash that is easy to install without the help of a professional.
Clean and Clutter-free
Simplify laundry day. In fact, cut down on dirty laundry drudgery on laundry day by streamlining your sorting ritual. Pick up three bags for dark, lights and delicates. These laundry sorters mean being organized on a daily basis. In fact, the whole family will see where to place items, saving you time sorting clothes. And if you have limited small space, get a trio of good laundry bags that can hang from over-the-door hooks rather than hampers the take-up floor space.