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DIY made easier
DIY made easier
(NAPS)-If you're like most people, you've probably spent time wandering the aisles of home improvement stores pining over pending projects and then, feeling overwhelmed, left empty-handed. Do-it-yourself projects, while cost effective, can be a little scary-especially for those who aren't creatively inclined or extremely handy. Luckily, there are many value-boosting projects that can be completed with little home improvement knowledge. With a small budget of no more than $100 and a little sweat equity, these DIY projects can spruce up your home and make it a cozier place to live.
Paint Your Front Door: Costing approximately $50 to $100, a fresh pop of color on your door can be a great way to help your home stand out and look appealing.
Landscape: You can freshen up your yard with flowering plants available at home improvement stores for only a few dollars a plant. New mulch also makes a big statement for a small price.
Refresh Your Bathroom: If a big remodel isn't in the budget, consider updating the faucet hardware. It can be a great way to add personal style to your powder room. Whether the new addition is traditional or modern, this eye-catching update will likely run under $100.
Maximize Your Storage: Adding storage to the master bedroom and kitchen is not only a good investment, it will save you time and stress down the road. Add useful space to your closet with DIY products such as ClosetMaid(r) Selectives(tm). For about $100, you can add a starter kit or shoe racks. For more storage in your pantry, there's the ClosetMaid 4 Drawer Wire Basket System.
For more information on how to solve your storage and organization dilemmas, you can log on to www.ClosetMaid.com or call (800) 874-0008.
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