Every now and then, you will find your home needing some updates. That being said, not everyone has money allotted specifically for house upgrades. That is why we have put together this list: Home Improvements on a budget! As trends evolve and the design industry takes its place in the world, there are more and more expectations that homeowners must stand up to and keep up with. It can get intimidating, especially on a budget. Some of these design trends are expensive and require lots of materials and work that goes into putting it all together. If you use a little creativity and some inspiration, you can improve the design and look of your home with minimal spending. Don’t believe us? Keep reading!

Guest Bedroom to Closet

This transformation may not be for everyone, but it is an option that leave visitors with their jaws dropped wishing they had this closet in their home. If you have a spare bedroom where the door is always shut and is just your spot for throwing old trinkets and donation boxes in, turn it into a dream closet. Clear the walls and paint them a crazy fun color that is outside the box. Add some shelving and built-ins just like you would a normal closet and go wild. Any girl dreams of having a closet like a famous person with the island in the center, a jewelry wall, endless shelves for purses, shoes, and more! Add an island in the center with either shelves or drawers for extra storage and hang a chandelier over it. You could also create a vanity with a mirror and lights to give your new closet a Hollywood feel to it. You can make this as simple or as crazy as you want. After all, it’s your closet.

Backsplash

Adding little accents of material that gives off a high-end look is the ideal way to go for low budget renovating. Backsplash is something so simple that many people look past how big of a difference it can make on a kitchen or bathroom. For example, if you have a simple, clean white kitchen you can add pops of color with your backsplash, while also protecting the walls above your counters. Same goes for your bathroom, use your backsplash to accent your existing design.

Stain Your Cabinets

The main focal point of your bathroom and kitchen are the cabinets. The most common outdated item in homes are indeed the cabinets. Take your old dated wood cabinets and instantly turn them into a modern day look with a dark brown or grey stain.

Tear out Carpet

Replace your carpet with wood or laminate flooring. Carpet in every room of your house can make your home feel stuffy and dated. Tear out the carpet in your living areas and on your stairs to give your home a fresh new look that’s not outdated.

Lighting

Lighting is so important because it provides an ambience for your home. In your kitchen add under cabinet lighting to give your kitchen a very warm and cozy feel, perfect for nights at home with the family. Also add lighting around your house with lamps or string lights, you will be surprised at the world of a difference.

Wall Décor

Adding wall décor around your home can give your visitors the sense of a homey cozy feeling. It’s also a great way to display some family photos and memories that you have made. A home with bare walls and no décor can feel empty, cold, and not cozy which is the opposite of what you want your house to be.

Small changes like this around your house can make a huge difference with the comfort and style of your home. Your home is a place you build your life, make memories, watch milestones, and enjoy time with family and friends. You want your home to be a place where you are comfortable, cozy, and love to be in. Of course, major renovations and improvements will always help speed along the process of your home feeling like a complete home, but little steps like the ones we listed above are just the start to all the different things you can do to your home to make major changes in small ways. Don’t be intimidated if you have a budget, anything is possible!