Many homeowners enjoy tackling tasks around the house. There are several DIY home projects‏ that will improve your living spaces without costing a fortune. Even with a budget of only $100, you can find do-it-yourself upgrades to give your home a boost.

Easy & Inexpensive DIY Home Projects‏

Give the Front Door a Facelift‏

‏The front door is the first thing your visitors will see. If the door is old and the paint is faded, it can affect the look of your home and the property value. Fortunately, all you need to improve the front door is a fresh coat of paint. For the best results, choose a color that reflects your personality and complements your home and property.

If your front porch doesn’t receive a lot of sunshine, opt for a bright color like a sunny yellow or bright blue. This way, your visitors are greeted by a cheerful door even though the entryway is shaded. Make sure whatever color you pick blends well with the house color and trim. This affordable and simple project makes your entryway feel more welcoming and boosts curb appeal.

Frame the Bathroom Mirror‏

‏Many new homes come with builder-grade features, including plain, unframed mirrors in the bathrooms. An unframed mirror lacks personality. However, there’s a simple but effective way of sprucing up the mirror: add a custom frame.

Framing the mirror will transform the room and complete the space to match your style. By adding a simple wooden frame, the entire bathroom will look more polished. This is one of the easiest DIY projects you can complete. All you need are the materials and a few hours to have an attractive custom-finished bathroom. ‏

DIY Home Projects: Apply ‏Wallpaper‏

‏Applying wallpaper is another inexpensive DIY project that will give your home an updated look. In the past, wallpaper installation and removal was a process most homeowners would prefer to avoid. However, now there are patterns and styles on the market that are easy to both apply and remove. Modern wallpaper offers durability, simple installation, and affordability. If you’re inexperienced with wallpaper application, start off with a simple accent wall to add interest to your space. Shop online or at your local home improvement store for the right wallpaper for your project.

‏These simple and affordable DIY home projects show that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to improve the look of your home. All of the ideas listed above will cost $100 or less to complete, but they will make your home look like a million bucks.

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