By now, we have all grown uncomfortably familiar with the stir-crazy feeling of being stuck at home. If you’re on your last puzzle and just finished watching your favorite show, we’ve got you covered. Here are three budget-friendly, indoor remodeling projects that you can complete while at home.
Paint the Town Red (Or Maybe Just Your Guest Bathroom)
You know that bucket of paint that’s been sitting in your basement all winter? Now’s the time to put it to use! Pick a smaller room, like your guest bathroom or laundry room, and get rollin’ (literally). These high-traffic spaces tend to see a lot of action, making them an ideal room to renovate when gatherings are suspended. Plus, because of the small size of the room, you’ll likely be able to complete the project with one can of paint—forgoing an extra trip to the hardware store.
Make a Gallery With Old Family Photos
Most families have a small treasury of photos on their smartphones or boxed away in a closet. For an indoor remodeling project that the entire family can have fun with (via video chat), we suggest creating a home gallery of your favorite images. Print some saved photos from your phone, retrieve the box from your closet, and start arranging things as you see fit.
You can instantly change the vibe in a room simply by rearranging furniture. Have fun by placing things in locations that would’ve never crossed your mind before. And get the kids involved with a game of “the floor is lava.” At the end of the project, you’ll create a brand-new space using the same furniture you’ve always had.
Tackling an indoor remodeling project is one of the best ways to busy your mind, get creative, and benefit from the positive rush that comes from achieving something yourself. If you have any indoor remodeling project ideas that you’d like to share with the Tundraland family, please share them on our Facebook page! Now more than ever, we need to stay positive and uphold our community values—even if it’s via a smart device.