We all have this constant wish to make our house as great as it can be, to all the time develop something and to always make variations. Some of these changes need a big investment from our part but others are a little more accessible.
There are the things that show you how you can enrich your house without investing a lot.
Removing Hard Stains from Marble Floors
If you’ve got an unattractive concrete or stained marble floor in your home, you can provide it a new lease on life with Bellinzoni stains removers. Stains of rust on marble floors are very often. You can easily remove it with Rust Eater. Sometimes coffee and tea stains becomes toughest when not removed on time. In this, you can use Bellinzoni Mangia Macchia.
Transform Your Door Knobs
Instead of getting new doorknobs which can be luxurious and might not even look as eye-catching as they old ones, you can simply spray paint the ones you’ve got. Remove the doorknobs and spray paint two mild coats. Don’t prime or sand them before this. Let the paint completely preserve for 24 hours and then reattach them to the doors.
Create a Chalkboard
Thanks to Rust-Oleum Specialty Chalkboard Spray Paint, you can pretty much make a write-on surface anywhere your creativity takes you. Consider painting the inset panels on doors to leave notes for the kid, or renovate the insides of your cabinet doors into message central. Cut contact paper into exclusive shapes, apply to fridge and you won’t need post-it notes anymore!
Make Home Number Planters
Instead of the common house numbers which are either found on the door or external wall, you can try something different and a lot more eye-catching like a planter. You can make your planters completely different and attractive. Paint it and utilize a stencil to spray paint your home number on it. A touch of greenery will add in your interior & your home will become more alive.
DIY Rustic Wooden Shelves
If you’re searching for a cottage-like feel in your bathroom, this DIY project might be the ideal weekend job. You’ll require to measure the space on your wall you’d like to cover, then head to a hardware store. Begin with some slabs of wood, and then some simple pipes, flanges and caps. The real charm of the shelves come out when you stain the wood, which is a reasonably low-priced and painless procedure.
If you're an avid DIYer, you're already on your way to saving money. Utilize Rust-Oleum Spray Paints to paint your almirah, chairs, tables etc. But with the right planning, you can transform the feel of a whole room with a single project that only prices you a few hundred bucks.