3 Ways to Improve Your House Without Spending Too Much

Posted on Apr 14 2016 - 4:39am by Lilies and Daisies
House in PerthKeeping your home visually appealing is important not just to leave a lasting impression to your guests and neighbours but also to preserve its good condition and value. You’ll never know, maybe you’d want to sell your property in the future. It’s also important to do maintenance works because you’ll see signs of wear and tear in your home, especially after about five years. 

Notable painters at Barker-Whittle shares some simple but important home improvement projects you can start today.

Repaint Walls and Surfaces

Paint, no matter how careful you are, will fade and peel off. That’s why your home can benefit from a fresh coat of paint every three to five years. This will cost you so little compared to its effect on your home. It’s like an instant facelift to your interior and exterior walls and other surfaces. You can do it yourself, but if you aren’t confident about your skill, you can hire a credible professional painter for your Perth home.  

New Living Room Setup

Sometimes, changing things up is all you need to make your living room look fresher and more inviting. Buy new throw pillow cases, change how the sofa and table are placed, place some fresh flowers in the vase, hang a new and bigger frame with your family portrait or an artwork, or update the cabinet or bookshelf. It’s so simple you can spend one Saturday afternoon redecorating your living room together with your kids.

Improve Your Entryway

Your entryway is important because this is the area that your guest will see first. Make it more vibrant by adding some colourful flowers or potted plants just beside the door. Getting a new welcome mat and adding an outdoor light fixture are also great ideas.

It doesn’t take a lot to make your home look more beautiful and presentable even after many years. Try these tips and you’ll surely be happy to welcome more guests.

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