It’s tough to say no when the home improvement itch kicks in. But not to worry—there are many ways to answer this urge without breaking the bank. Check out our ideas below:
Refresh Your Front Entry
First impressions last. Make a good one by improving the front entry of your house. Place potted plants along the entrance, repaint the front door, or update your house number to quickly and easily spruce up your home.
The kitchen is the heart of your home. Make it a more pleasant and stylish place to cook in by installing an interesting backsplash or by adding a mini-kitchen island. Switching to energy-efficient appliances also lowers your electricity bill.
A Bathroom Makeover
The kitchen may be the heart of the home, but the bathroom is arguably the most-used. Aside from the essentials, providing a soft, comfy toilet seat and a fragrant spray should ensure a pleasant experience. For functional upgrades, consider getting a low-flow faucets and showerheads. Save water, save money!
Plant a Tree
Trees can boost your home’s value, enhance its curb appeal, improve air quality, and lessen your energy consumption—just a few reasons why you should plant one in your lawn or backyard ASAP.
An Outdoor Deck
Make your backyard the place to be by adding an outdoor deck or balcony. Not only will the family have more space to bond and relax, it can also serve as a new area to greet, meet, and eat.
The bundled lot units at Narra Park Residences are perfect for this. With cuts ranging from 200-375 sqm, there’s more than enough space for you to build one. (Contact us to inquire about this!)
From revamping the front entry, to planting trees, you could see that even the simplest of upgrades makes a huge difference in improving your home.
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