Published at September 15th, 2018 - 21:22:30. Kitchen. By Ethel Cummings.
If your wooden floors are in sorry shape, why don‘t you sand them? Afterwards you can use wood putty to conceal all those scrapes and scratches. Once you‘re done, hunt for the most heavy-duty coat of paint you can find in beige or white and give your floor a much needed polish.
Take your old cabinets and storage shelves for instance, if they're not in that bad a condition, try updating them with a new coat of color. Changing the cupboard doors or the handles may give them a brand new appeal too. Plus, these little changes don't have to cost you a month‘s salary - unlike some of the stupidly priced luxury items you can find for your home.
Use recycled wood and old furniture/benches from second-hand stores or yard sales. Upcycle it yourself and get to work making your chairs, benches, or shade sails.
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