First impressions matter. A fresh coat of paint on the front door will dramatically change the look of your home and enhance the entryway. Buying a new front door can be expensive, so this is a relatively inexpensive way to update. Try other easy DIY fixes like repainting the exterior trim, replacing the house numbers or installing fun outdoor lighting
Just Like a new door, new cabinetry can be so expensive. If your cabinets have good bones you can clean them up and brush on some new paint. Wood, wood-laminate, and metal cabinets usually can be repainted without difficulty.
Install a New Backsplash-
You don't have to go for the expensive tile backsplash, try something simple and inexpensive like tin ceiling tiles, for a very cool unique look. Wooden beadboard, wallpaper, chalkboard or magnetic paint also creates a great backsplash. If you are one to stick with the basics, subways tiles never look bad.
It might seem backward to get something old to make your house look new. Vintage is always tasteful, but it is in more than ever. For a simple towel, holder cut a 2×4 into five 12-inch sections and nailing each to a mounting strip cut from the same board. Brush on a wood stain and fasten the assemblies to the wall, leaving space in between for rolled hand towels.
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