Don’t Forget These Spring Projects (Part 1): Indoor

Spring is here which means it’s time to get started on all the projects that have been piling up over the past few months. To help you make the most of your time, we have put together a two-part series that will give you ideas on which projects your should tackle both indoors and outdoors. Focusing on the indoors first, then moving to the outdoors. Here is your list of indoor projects that can be finished this spring.

Upgrade your fixtures

Small home fixtures such as light switches, power outlets, and even faucets can be purchased fairly inexpensively. By adding dimming light switches, you can improve the function of a room. You can also improve the look of a bathroom by adding a new faucet.

Touch Up The Paint

Throughout the year, your house has seen many people and it’s very likely there are some walls that could use a little attention. Spring is an excellent time to get out the paintbrushes and get to work on bringing your walls back to their former glory. One key tip to remember is to use the exact paint and brush as what was original used to paint the wall if possible. If you don’t have exact matches, try to get as close as possible to minimize the risk of having different colored spots.

Oil Squeaky Joints

One of the most annoying things in a home is a squeaky hinge. Take the time this spring to go around and add a drop of oil or WD40 to those annoying areas. Do this now and you’ll thank yourself later.

Upgrade Window Blinds

Blinds are important for privacy as well as keeping out bright light during the day. Take some time this spring to dust them and make sure they are functioning properly. If necessary, now would be a good time to replace them.

Rearrange Furniture

Spring is a great time to mix things up a little bit so take this time to rearrange some of the furniture in your home. Even simply swapping a chair and a table can refresh a room and give you the feeling of being somewhere different.

 

Spring is the time for fresh ideas so introduce these small changes to your home and enjoy the coming months. Be sure to keep an eye out next week for our list of outdoor spring projects. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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