Whether you’re planning on putting your home up for sale this month, or you plan on staying put for the foreseeable future one thing is certain — we’d all like our homes to look and feel a bit more expensive, right? Contrary to popular belief, you don’t actually need to buy expensive things and do expensive things to make your home feel more valuable. In fact, there are lots of things you can do that virtually don’t cost a thing. Ready to get to work?
1 – Organize & Declutter
You’ve probably heard about the Marie Kondo cleaning methods by now and we’re not saying you have to jump on the bandwagon head first. However, getting rid of clutter and keeping things organized is a great way to make your home feel more spacious and clean and therefore, more expensive.
2 – Clean Up
This may sound obvious, but a little bit of cleaning goes a long way. After all, have you ever seen a really expensive house that looked gorgeous, but was all dirty inside? Take a few minutes to clean the grunge off of those tiles in the shower and maybe give the grout on the floor a scrub, too!
3 – Add A Fresh Coat
New paint can instantly change the look and feel of any room in the house. Neutral colors tend to work well and lots of people prefer lighter colors that make spaces feel more airy and bright. And interior walls and ceilings aren’t the only areas that would benefit — add some flair by painting entry doors, deck boards or railings.
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