Renewal projects for your home are just what the doctor ordered for the new year. I am personally giving these projects a huge thumbs up. This is going to be a lot of fun!

Tip #1- Kitchen Chalkboard Cupboard



Get a hold of some chalkboard paint from a local hardware store, pick a cupboard and paint it. It looks awesome and its really does help when it comes to organizing and leaving messages or if you just want a different look.

Tip #2- For the Living Room; a Gallery of Photos

Blank walls are super boring. Even if it’s your favorite colour. Why not put your personal photos to use and cover the wall? You can go all the same frame or you can go eclectic and do different frames?

Tip #3- For Your Bedroom2

No-sew pillows are an easy way to add a personal touch. You don’t need a whole lot of things to do these pillows. All you need is a few pillows, some fabric and your pick of patterns or old cloth napkins. Super easy.

Tip #4- Laundry Room

This may sound odd but if you were to paint the floor, that would put a bit of zing back into your laundry room. It is easy to do and whether you have linoleum or vinyl floors, it will look brand new. Plus, the floor needs to dry for a day so you can’t do laundry. Who doesn’t like that?

Tip #5- Your Home Office2

Think of this as a project to de-clutter your shelves and make your home office a bit more inviting. You can store all your knick knacks, books and office supplies. Simple book shelves and wall stencils will kick it up a notch.

Tip #6- Your Entryway; DIY Coat Rack

A simple, nature-themed coat rack is an easy way to make your entrance come alive. You can follow a pattern or go abstract. You don’t need much. All you need is masking tape, paint, wood and a few dried branches.

Tip # 7- Bathroom Mason Jars

A great way to de-clutter and organize your bathroom. All you need is mason jars you can get at your local thrift stores and some magnets. This will organize all the little things that you need in your bathroom.

Written by Cleo Neufeld

Cleo Neufeld

Before meeting the love of her life, Cleo was a single mother to a beautiful little girl for many years. She shares her expertise in single parenting, building a relationship, living on a budget and more.