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You feel like it's time for a new home. There's only one problem. You
can't afford to move and a complete renovation of your existing space
simply isn't possible. While relocation may not be possible and there
are no magic wants, you can still make some simple changes yourself that
will make your home feel like new. There are many do-it-yourself
projects that are an affordable way to bring the spark back to your
Do Spring Cleaning at Any Time of Year
Many of us will do our major cleaning in the spring. You can give your
home an overhaul during any season. Go through your home one room at a
time and do a thorough cleaning from top to bottom. Get rid of anything
you don't need, whether it heads to the trash or becomes a donation.
Reorganize your space and appreciate what you have.
Give Your Interior a Facelift
Once your home is sparkling, transform it with paint. Head to your home
improvement store and see if there is any paint on clearance. You'll
often find that customers change their mind or are not happy with a
custom blend of paint. This is your chance to dare to be different.
Whether you opt for bold contrasts or a seamless blend with your décor,
paint can really make a difference. Don't overwhelm yourself by trying
to do it all at once. Take on one part of your living space at a time.
Look at Your Wall Space
You can always bring things off of tables and put them on your walls.
Not only will you have more space, but you can also reduce clutter.
Consider adding new shelving, or hanging pictures to draw the eye in
every room. You can arrange items by themes or have a cheerful scatter.
Some people love to be sparing, choosing only a few select pieces. For
others, there is a need to fill as much space as possible. It's up to
your imagination and preferences.
Don't Forget to Freshen Your Air Quality
While you want your living space to look inviting, it's important that
it makes you feel welcome as well. A heater filter, air purifier, and
fresh plants can make you feel like you are taking in a breath of fresh
air each time you walk in the door. You'll keep yourself healthier as
well when you give your air quality extra attention.