Homeowners want an open floor plan where the kitchen, family room and dining room share one vast open space.
Also, formal dining rooms seem to be going out of style.
But with the right planning, you can transform the feel of a whole room with a single project that only costs you a few hundred bucks.
We all crave the creature comforts of a cozy, well-designed home.
If your old tub is too large to fit out the door, re-glaze it for a like-new finish. Remove dated wall coverings and apply a fresh coat of paint.
For damaged walls, spray-on texture provides quick coverage.
We want updates that all of us can do, not just those handy do-it-yourselfers. Let’s look at 10 imaginative ways to update your home without tearing down walls or breaking the bank.
According to a Bankrate Study, open floor plans are on the top of the list when it comes to home buying and home ownership.
7 Budget Backsplash Projects Headboards can be made out of anything – find something you're passionate about and turn it into a headboard.
Use old skis or skateboards; or make a collage by decoupaging magazines or attatch family photos to an old headboard.
Replace old shower doors or remove them to add the illusion of space.
NOTE: ROI values and remodeling costs are subject to change. A splash of color at the front of the house is an eye-catching plus.