How to Renovate Your Home for Under $10,000
Home renovations and repairs have been on a steady upswing for the last few years, thanks to popular television shows that make DIY renovations and home upgrades more accessible and appealing to many homeowners. And according to the real estate listing company, Trulia, that trend isn’t going away anytime soon.
According to their recent survey 76 percent of homeowners plan to renovate or upgrade their homes in the coming year. But there is a catch. Most of them want to spend less than $10,000 to do so. Is it possible to get meaningful, effective results from a home remodel for under that price? We think so!
Here are three places you can make big improvements to your home for less than $10,000. These will be changes you’ll notice, appreciate, and that will add value to your home as well.
In the kitchen, the possibilities are endless and come with an endless pricetag as well. But there are individual upgrades you can make that will change the way your entire space looks without the huge sticker price. One great way to give your kitchen a facelift is by swapping out old countertops for new ones. We love upgrading to marble or quartz.
In the bathroom, three low-cost ways to get a refreshed look are to swap out old tile for something a bit fresher or more modern, adding better storage solutions, and replacing existing cabinetry. Bathrooms are quickly becoming the single most important space when it comes to selling a home.
For the bedroom, it’s all about flooring. Replacing the rug or adding hardwood with an area rug can really change the appearance of a whole space. Finishing touches like adding an accent wall and replacing lighting fixtures complete the transformation.