[Facebook] Upgrade Basic Fixtures to Give Your Home a Luxury Look
Ready to stand out from your neighbors and add some style to your space? Try these easy DIY upgrades that will pay off when it comes time to sell!
🏠 CUSTOMIZE YOUR WINDOW TREATMENTS
Replace boring blinds with plantation shutters or roman shades that you can install yourself.
🏠 REPLACE DULL OR DATED FIXTURES
Swap out ugly or outdated light fixtures, faucets, cabinet hardware, and door knobs.
🏠 BEAUTIFY YOUR BATHROOM MIRROR
Refinish or attach a custom frame to your basic bathroom vanity mirror.
🏠 INSTALL SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY
Create a modern and efficient living environment with the latest integrated smart home devices.
Want more simple DIY upgrades that can boost your property’s value? Check out our latest blog post.
Then contact us to schedule a free virtual consultation. We can help you maximize the return on your effort and investment!
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