4 Home DIY projects perfect for winter months

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Cooler temperatures have arrived. But does that mean it’s time to shelve your DIY aspirations for the rest of the year?


Colder outdoor temperatures may have forced you indoors, but they don’t have to mark an end to your DIY pursuits. There is still plenty of work to be done and you can reinvent the rooms inside your home by following through on the simple DIY projects listed below.

* Make a hardware replacement. Want to remodel your kitchen or bathroom but lack the money and the skill to tackle it right now? Not a problem. Simple hardware replacements to your cabinets, drawers, and towel racks are easy projects that are cost-effective and still catch visitors’ eyes. Remember, knobs are preferable for drawers, while handles are the choice for cabinets. Try to select hardware that supports the overall feel of your space.

* Choose an image that defines you. Forgo paint and let your walls really take the spotlight. A custom wall covering or mural adds personality and creates an instant focal point in any space. At Murals Your Way, you can choose from thousands of image options or if none feel quite right, use their Create Your Own feature to highlight a vista from your last vacation or even a photo of your family.

* Shed a new, enhanced light. Like your kitchen or bathroom fixtures, updating the lighting in a room is an easy, inexpensive way to make a significant improvement in your space. The right light can make any space feel warmer and look larger, so explore your creative side and find the lighting solution that appeals to you. Lastly, don’t discount the importance of the bulb. Replacing your existing conventional bulbs with energy-saving alternatives can dramatically reduce your electricity bill.

* Decorate from head to toe. If you want your home to feel larger and provide your guests’ more visual appeal, employ decoration tactics that speak to the entire space. Shelving, wall art, and photo collages are all popular ways to add real contrast to an empty space.

Start with these four tips and your DIY projects can make a big impression. (BPT)

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