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Using spray paint to make some quick fix-ups to your home might seem unusual, but it can be a great way to make some easy and economical upgrades to your home. This can change the overall look in and around your home. Instead of assuming spray paint is just for graffiti, here are some simple ways to use a can of quick paint to change up your home’s style.
Dress Up Your Doorknobs
An outdated doorknob can instantly age the look of your home, but what you might not know is that a simple douse of spray paint can instantly change the look of your knobs and provide a face lift. Instead of going down to the hardware store and paying hundreds of dollars to switch out every knob in your home, you can grab a can of paint in an appropriate shade and spray away for a result that will be long-lasting, modern and easy to complete.
Fix Up the Fixtures
Instead of just contending with the light fixtures in your home, you may want to consider replacing them altogether for a look that is up-to-date and unique. However, instead of going to the lighting store for an expensive, ornate piece, hit the thrift store or a discount home store. You should be able to find a fixture that will benefit from a quick spray of paint, and will spruce up your home nicely without all the cost of a trendy new piece.
Make an Old Piece of Furniture Shine
There are probably certain items in your house that you’ve gotten sick of looking at, but whether it happens to be a basic brown coffee table or an old, over-sized chest of drawers, spray paint can make for an effective change that will entirely switch up your room. This will help you save money since you won’t have to invest in a new piece, it can also provide years and years of future use for an item that was only on its way to the dumpster.
Spray paint might seem like something that you’ll never have a use for, but it can be a simple way to dress up your home without the associated costs of new furniture pieces and fixtures.
If you are thinking of buying income property, selling your home or possibly buying a new home contact me Marianne Hatton, Brand Name Real Estate, Columbia’s real estate expert, at 803-413-9986.