44 Inexpensive Ways to Improve Your Home Inside and Out

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If you’ve lived in your house for any length of time, you may find yourself bored by your home. If you watch too many shows on HGTV your own home can start to look unappealing by contrast. Maybe you’re tired of the carpet or paint colors, you hate the yard, or you’re frustrated by the lack of storage. You give some thought to doing some improvements but decide that it would be far too expensive so you abandon the idea.

It’s usually at times like this when you start thinking about moving. Maybe moving to a newer, bigger, swankier house would give you a lift, make things more exciting, or give you more room. The trouble is, moving is expensive and time consuming, if yo

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3 Responses to 44 Inexpensive Ways to Improve Your Home Inside and Out

  1. Cindi Ford says:

    We just did a cheap remodel to our home that has a kitchen from the 70s. We took out the wall between our kitchen and living room. Painted both rooms with new paint. Changed the 70s style light in the dining area with a more modern looking one. And the biggest change was painting the dark brown cabinets in the kitchen white. Looks like a brand new kitchen besides some appliances we will switch when we save up the extra money. Probably cost us less than $500 total and a kitchen remodel was going to cost us over $10,000. I am happy with what we did and it feels good to do the work yourself as well.

  2. Mary says:

    This is something that I have been thinking about doing for a while. It’s not so much that my house needs to have a lot of major upgrades done, but it definitely needs to have a makeover to freshen it up quite a bit. Now I just need to get the motivation to start…

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