The new year has started, and it’s time to spruce things up around the house. And with $100, you can change a good number of things!
There are lots of home improvement projects you can complete with $100. Listed below are 14 DIY home improvements that’ll make your home look amazing for under $100. Give them a try and tell me what you think about them!
Turn a closet into an office
You don’t need an extra spare room to create the home office of your dreams. Turn a closet into office space by taking the door off of the hinges and installing shelves.
Install a backsplash
Backsplashes are used to protect walls from splatters. Get creative and make your backsplash look like an eye-catching piece of art that brings your kitchen to life.
Stain your cabinets
The cabinets are one of the main focal points of a bathroom. Say goodbye to your ugly orange oak cabinet and gel stain them to a dark, rich wood shade.
Tear out old stair carpet
Carpet stairs are hard to maintain and after so many years, they can start to look dingey. For under $100, Cassidy from Remodelaholic was able to completely rip the carpet off of her staircase. The end result is absolutely amazing, so check out the post here.
Under cabinet lighting
Brighten your kitchen countertops with LED under cabinet lighting. You can try installing a light bar or individual puck lights.
Switch out light switch plates
Plastic light switches are played out. Make the rooms in your home shine bright by Installing new light switch plates.
Install a Ring Doorbell
Add floating shelves
Add extra storage space to your home by installing floating shelves on empty wall space. Floating shelves are super easy to install.
Paint your front door.
Painting your front door really sets the tone for the exterior of your home. Buy a bucket of paint and give your front door a brand new coat.
Create a wall display
Use a variety of picture frames to create a gallery wall in your home. Such an easy way to display your family photos and memories.
Replace your mailbox
Constant rain, storms, and bad weather can really do a number on your mailbox. Start Replacing your mailbox every few years.
Replace your hardware
Since a new decade just started, it’s time to get rid of the vintage cabinet knobs and door handles in your home. Replace them with new modern hardware pieces to show everyone that you’re not stuck in the past.
Install a programmable thermostat
Programmable thermostats can reduce your energy use and save money on your heating and cooling bills. You can set a programmable thermostat to turn on and off at certain times during the day. This keeps your heating and cooling system from running during times when you don’t need it to (when no one is at home).
Stock up on storage space
Say goodbye to all of the cluttered mess in your home. Take some time to declutter and organize your home. If you need a little bit of extra storage space, take a look at these space-expanding helpers:
I hope that this list of DIY home improvements has inspired you! Now it’s time to get to work!