Looking for inexpensive ways to improve your home? The One Group has compiled three easy tips to make a house look refreshed! It can be overwhelming deciding what you need to do to improve your home, inviting a realtor or interior designer over to check out your home is an excellent start. Many realtors will do this as a courtesy, if you choose to hire a designer you most likely will be charged a consultation fee. There are plenty of designers around your area and they usually change by the hour. Whichever route you decide to take, both options will result in a great amount of tips to get your creative juices flowing. Furniture placement, colors, accent walls, light fixtures, décor can go a long way. You will love the improved look and feel of your home.

 

 

 

Bring on the paint.

One of the most cost-effective improvements is paint! Stick to neutral colors instead of bold. Neutral colors will be appealing to most people. It can be costly to hire a professional, but in reality you can buy yourself some rollers, tape, brushes and do it yourself!

 

   

 

 

 

Faucets, Faucets, Faucets.

Bathroom updates are always a smart move. The cost to remodel an entire bathroom can be very pricey. Smaller updates like paint, a patterned wallpaper and our favorite – faucets are a great alternative. Be strategic with the color you choose for your new faucets. For a clean look opt for black or classic metal colors. If you are going for a chic look opt for gold or rose gold colored faucets. There are plenty of faucets to pick from! You cant go wrong with Amazon or Ikea.

 

     

Lighting sets the mood.

Another easy upgrade is the light fixtures in your home. Depending on what type of brightness you like, you can accommodate most lightbulbs to the fixtures quite easily ranging from “moody” LED bulbs to “cheery” bright bulbs. However, changing the fixtures on a home will make a significant improvement. Choose the fixtures that are similar to the style of your home, whether it’s modern, classic, etc.  The rule of thumb is to keep the theme flowing throughout. With the right fixture and bulb, you’ll be amazed at the difference it makes!