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Fun and affordable ways to
revitalize your home
Does your home need an
update? If a full renova­
tion isn’t in the cards this
spring, here are five fun
and inexpensive make­
over tips for reinvigora­
ting your home.

1

New accessories
Inexpensive up­
grades such as
new throw pillows
on the couch, a fresh
tablecloth in the dining room
or a chic frame for a painting
or photo will help revitalize
your home.

2

rearraNge your
FurNiture
Sometimes chan­
ging the layout of a
room is all you need
to do to make it come alive
again. Move your bed to the
other side of the room or
switch the living room furni­
ture around.

3

update your
bathroom
Replacing acces­
sories like the soap
dish, shower curtain
and hand towels can make
your bathroom feel brand new.

4

switch up your
lightiNg
A lamp for your be­
droom or a new fix­
ture in the dining
room will shed new light on a
room that’s lost its sparkle.

5

diy upgrades
If you want new
cabinets
in your kitchen, try
painting the ones you

have for
a cost­effective alternative.
Consider a DIY approach to
other desired upgrades for
your home.

These simple and affor­
dable changes can make
you fall in love with your
home all over again. So
which ones will you un­
dertake this spring?

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