When people decide to get into the “DIY lifestyle”, they are often extremely excited and gung ho about picking up their first set of tools and heading around the house fixing everything that might need fixing. Of course, that’s a great thing. Because getting involved in DIY really can be an immensely rewarding and fulfilling … Continue reading Mental Shifts When You’re Getting into DIY
Does your DIY tool kit contain all that you need?
Now that summer is over and winter is around the corner, the DIYer In you might be looking for a new home project to do in time for Christmas. You could make a change to the living room and make it more winter friendly, redo the roof to make sure your home is secure from rain and snow, or even look at landscaping the garden for a fresh start next spring. Whatever you decide to do this autumn in the home, you will need funding to do it. Here are some of the ways you can look for funding your next DIY project.
As you pass through your kitchen feeling agitated and disappointed with your outdated surroundings, the heart of your home has perhaps been demoted to a less useful organ, like an appendix.
Now, come on, be honest! We all have a list of annoying, but not urgent little home jobs around the home that need to get done at some point, but not right now. The thing about this list is that it tends to grow ever longer. After a while, its hard to turn a blind … Continue reading Dealing with the Little Home Jobs That Drive You Nuts
Stop complaining about your bathroom’s limited space! There are several storage measures you can consider to create that much-needed extra space.
DIY has become the norm for good reason. Before starting any home upgrade project, a series of questions need to be answered. Arguably the biggest decision, however, is deciding whether to call a pro or take the DIY option. While the latter may seem quite daunting, it is the perfect solution in a host of different situations.
Whatever the weather is looking like outside, whether it’s bright and sunny, or there’s a chill in the air; your interior space at home is somewhere you can take control. Keeping your home feeling fresh, clean, and cool will ensure you’re living in a calm and serene environment.
When we make improvements to our homes it is usually to make them more comfortable for ourselves. There are home renovations that will increase the value of your property if you decide to sell. These are worth considering when you are making changes.
What do you think that people see as soon as they see your home? Do they see something that they just can’t wait to see what the inside looks like? Or do they see something that might need a little bit of work doing here and there?