Are you looking to sell your home this spring or have a home that is several years old and it is time for an update? You may not be looking to invest thousands into a complete remodel but want to give your home the facelift it needs to sell or get it up to par with where you want it to be, so you can enjoy it for the long haul. If you find yourself in either of these scenarios, Parry Custom Homes, a local Pittsburgh on your lot builder, shares 6 inexpensive ways to update your home that will make a big impact.
The first home improvement you can consider making to your home that will make a big impact is to add crown molding to any or all the rooms in your home. A bonus is that it will also make your home appear taller.
Modern lighting is also a great way to make a huge impact on the interior or exterior of your home. Whether it is new lighting you can update at your front door, with beautiful modern outdoor sconce. Other ideas on the interior of your home could be a new lighting fixture over the dining room table or some hanging pendant lights that could go over the counter in your kitchen or bathrooms.
A third way to update your home that is small but will make a beautiful impact is to swap out the boring switch plates in any room, and replace them with more elegant options or even ones you can DIY. You can cover any current switch plate with fabric that matches the décor of the room and it will instantly add more elegance and appeal to that room.
Another item that is small but can make a big upgrade to your kitchen is replacing your current faucet with a new one. Changing your current faucet with a beautiful new piece of hardware can add much life back into your kitchen and give it an instant update.
Lastly, while you are adding a new kitchen faucet also add new kitchen hardware to complete the updated look. Replace your current cabinet handles with some new more modern pieces. This will give your kitchen a much more modern look and a very low cost and hassle.
Parry Custom Homes is an established homebuilder in the Pittsburgh area. Call or contact us today for more information.