Now that Spring Black Friday is here, there is no better time to start on the home renovations you’ve been putting off. Spruce up your home with these DIY ideas on a budget! 

Refinish your hardwood floors

Refinish your hardwood floors

Sounds like a lot of work and may seem intimidating, but as long as you have a day to spare and some dedication, you’ll be able to get this done quick and easy. Fixing up your hardwood floors can make any space look brand new and 90% of the work comes from the preparation. This includes cleaning your floors thoroughly and touching up any scratches. Once this is done, the refinishing is a piece of cake and should only take an hour or two. Check out your local hardware stores to get all the materials you need and make your floors look brand new! Check out this article from Lowe’s for a step-by-step guide to making your flooring look as good as new. 

Reupholster your chairs

Reupholster your chairs

Are the chairs in your home outdated? Perhaps they have some stubborn stains? Anyone can transform an undesirable chair into a fresh-looking one in just a few hours with a simple reupholstering job. Reupholstering your chairs is a great DIY home improvement that can be done for under $100. With a few basic tools including a hand stapler and some pliers, your reupholstered chairs will make any room come back to life! Read this article from Family Handyman for more details on how to tackle this project.

Remove water stains on your ceiling

Remove water stains on your ceiling

Does the water stain from a leak you had three years ago still haunt you every time you look up? What if we told you that a homemade solution would solve your problem and make your ceilings look clean again? First things first, make sure the underlying problem has been resolved before you focus on removing the stains. Once that is dealt with, the fun can start! A homemade bleach solvent with one cup bleach and three cups of warm water will fade the stain and make your ceiling look good as new — all for the affordable price of bleach. You can even take it to the next level by adding primer and paint to make your ceilings a bit brighter — the choice is yours. For more tips on removing stains from your ceilings and walls, check out this guide from The Home Depot. 

Pretty-up your pantry 

Pretty-up your pantry

Give your pantry a facelift by placing pantry staples in decorative storage baskets. Not only will these make your pantry easier on the eyes, but they will also make it more organized so that you don’t need to sift through everything to find what you’re looking for. You can pick between woven or plastic baskets or even mix and match! Find great deals on storage baskets using Flipp! For more pantry organization tips, check out this blog post: 6 Pantry Organization Tips on a Budget.

Paint an accent wall

Paint an accent wall

Painting is one of the most cost-effective ways to give a room a whole new vibe. If painting a full room or home is not on your to-do list, you can still add some color to your life! Accent walls can change the entire feel of a room and are a great and affordable way to redecorate on a budget. All you need is a coat of paint and your room will feel transformed. Check out this post from The Spruce about accent wall do’s and don’ts. 

Spring is the perfect time to start on all the DIY home updates that you’ve always wanted to try. With Spring Black Friday going on, you are bound to find great savings on everything you need using the Flipp app!

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