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March is here, and that means hopefully a little bit of springtime weather for you to enjoy. It’s about that time of year when you start thinking of all the outdoor projects to complete while the weather is nice. While landscaping will be a focus, you should also consider projects indoors like kitchen and bathroom upgrades.
I’m here to help if you’ve missed a few articles this month. Check out our top posts and see if there are any tips you can use this spring.
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1. Home Improvement Projects & Mental Health
Do you have a DIY project that maybe you’ve been putting off? While it might just seem like an inconvenience, it could actually be taking a toll on your mental health. Believe it or not, there is some psychology behind completing, or not completing, your home projects. See the infographic to learn more about the connection between home improvement projects and your mental health.
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2. Video: 2019 Pantone Color Of The Year
Every year, Pantone chooses a color that they deem to be representative of the times. Unlike last year’s bold Ultraviolet, the color authority announced that Living Coral, a shade of blush pink, would be the 2019 color of the year. The good news is that this color can be worked into your home’s décor easily. See what our ImproveNet Editorial Team had to say in the 2019 Pantone Color Of The Year Video.
3. Top 10 Bathroom Sinks
Whether you’re thinking of a full bathroom remodel, or just an upgrade, a new bathroom sink can be just what you need for a new look. Get rid of the outdated bathroom sink and choose a luxurious vessel sink or a trendy glass bathroom sink. Looking for more ideas? Read Top 10 Bathroom Sinks to see what we recommend.
4. Budget-Friendy Kitchen Upgrades You Should Make
Looking for a few ways to update your kitchen without a full remodel? There are few smaller-scale projects you can take on that may fit your budget.
“While a whole kitchen remodel can be pricey, smaller portions of the kitchen project can be very cost-effective,” Emily Hoefler, kitchen and bath specialist at Renovations Group Inc., said. “Opting for not remodeling the entire space can help keeps costs down. Keeping the scope of your kitchen project manageable will help with the cost. Instead of taking out a wall, try to work within the existing space. Instead of replacing all the cabinets, consider refinishing them instead. Keeping the existing flooring saves cost as well.”
Read the rest of her tips in Budget-Friendly Kitchen Upgrades You Should Make.
Stay tuned next month where we’ll be switching the focus outside so you can take care of those spring projects. See 2019 Landscaping Trends and tips on keeping pests out of your house on ImproveNet this April.
As always, we’re here to help when you need it. From landscaping projects to a kitchen remodel, ImproveNet can help connect you with pros in your area, for free.