Spruce up your whole house with simple paint.

If you’re an avid DIYer, you’re already on your way to saving money. But with the right planning, you can transform the feel of a whole room with a single project. Below you will learn how paint can not only easily spruce up your walls but your whole house.

You can give your drab, washed-out walls a burst of brilliant depth just by picking up a paint can and brush. That’s the power of a coat of paint: It rearranges your reality. Which is why painting is the most often tackled DIY home improvement upgrade. But instead of painting a whole room the same off white, be daring and create drama by painting one unique feature wall.

Paint doesn’t just stop at walls now a days. Not a fan of the finish of your floor? Paint them. Yes paint! Done properly heavy-duty floor paint can not only transform the whole feel of your house but last for decades. The best part of this solution is, that as your tastes change so can your floors and its much cheaper and easier then relaying a whole new floor. Furthermore, using the assistant of one of our painting professionals you can achieve a look that will have your guests questioning if its really paint.

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In a bathroom tiles set the whole mood. So, when you are not happy with their colour your mood can be sour. Worry not, paint can help you in the bathroom as well. Instead of removing and retiling your bathroom, which can take days and cost much more than most of us can afford. Tile paint is the best way to go. Tile paint is modern and easy solution that can freshen up your bathroom or even kitchen splash back, at a quarter of the cost of replacing the tiles.

Your cave like kitchen feels that way because the dark cabinets have sucked all the light out of the room. But a brighter makeover doesn’t necessarily mean replacing those gloomy boxes with all-new ones. As long as the frames and doors are structurally sound, you can clean them up and brush on some new paint—and within a weekend take that kitchen from dreary to sunny. All you need is some strong cleaner, sandpaper, a paintbrush, and a little elbow grease. What you don’t need is a whole lot of money, as the transformation will cost you a fraction of even the cheapest new cabinets.

Lastly, you can get creative and use paint as it was originally intended for, as well as having fun. Head to a craft shop and pick up yourself some cheap canvases. Set up a pop-up art studio in your backyard and have a go at the now popular drip artwork. Pick paint colours that compliment your home interior and pour them down the canvas while simultaneously rocking the canvas back and forth. You have just made yourself fresh new art. Just as good as the ones you can buy from a store and now you’ve had an enjoyable time as well. These will also make excellent gifts.

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