We’re all spending a bit more time at home these days than ever before. And it’s quite possible that as the days pass by, you start to notice all the areas in your home you’d like to improve. Maybe these are things you’ve wanted to do for a while, but your budget is a little tight. Well, today we’ll be sharing a few affordable home improvements with you!

Get the most bang for your buck with these affordable home improvements

Small but powerful kitchen updates

It’s no secret that bathrooms and kitchens sell houses. This well known secret is why we’ll always recommend spending a few extra dollars in these spaces. But even if budgets are tight, you can still make a pretty big impact without breaking the bank with these affordable home improvements. While you could spend a decent amount on appliances and granite, builder-grade upgrades give a luxury feel without the sticker shock. Opt for a more affordable granite countertop like Napoli, Baltic Brown or St. Cecilia. You can also find deeply discounted appliances at an outlet or local second-hand ReStore.

Give your bathroom a facelift

There are quite a few tiny but mighty affordable home improvements that you can make to your bathroom. To rattle off a few: swap out old, outdated faucets with sleek, new modern ones. Pick out a new paint color that will offer a spa-like ambiance. Create a recessed alcove for your shampoo & conditioner bottles. Replace old, pastel 3-by-3 ceramic tiles with a modern tile like subway-style or a neutral hued 12-by-12 porcelain.

Painting is always a good idea

If you’re looking for the cheapest and easiest way to improve your space, painting is the way to go. Whites and neutrals reign supreme when it comes to creating a fresh and inviting atmosphere in your home.

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