Since a lot of us are spending more time at home than ever before it’s easy to grow tired of the interior, no matter how much you used to love it. But wherever you’re living, remodeling doesn’t come cheap.
Sometimes small, low-budget upgrades are the best choice, and can even make the most impact. Don’t know where to start?
Redfin Real Estate recently asked ReStore and other experts to share their best budget-friendly tip on how to give your house a makeover on a budget and make your space feel like new.
“You’d be surprised at how dramatically you can rehabilitate that old wooden piece with some wood stain. Always sand your piece before you stain, so you can remove blemishes and scratches first – otherwise, the stain can emphasize those flaws. You can also use stainable wood filler in any chips, sand your surface smooth, and apply stain afterward. For an even easier, no-risk way to revitalize and preserve wood surfaces, lightly apply Old English Scratch Cover oil with a rag. With these simple steps, you can get your furniture to fit seamlessly into your décor, rejuvenate an old piece, or simply update your aesthetic.” – ReStore