Home renovation is a topic that usually scares a lot of people, whether because they have no idea on how to approach an indoor space because they are not proficient in any form of indoor design, or mainly because of their laziness. Renovating a space isn’t that much complicated, especially if you’re good at following a detailed plan. Let’s break down 4 steps that will help you to renovate your room or your whole house with a small budget.

Step Number 1: The Plan

When it comes to home renovation, planning is the most crucial element of the whole thing. Not only because it normally covers the actual action plan and the entire budgeting structure, but also because, if done properly and divided into steps, it would be easy to follow and conclude. A successful plan would be divided into 4 sections: materials, budget, action, results.

Step Number 2: Budget

If you have a detailed idea of how your overall results will look like, it won’t be hard for you to plan a budget: either if you’re planning on buying a new piece of conservatory furniture or just a couple of new decorations, budgeting for an indoor improvement project is crucial.

Step Number 3: Execution

Applying your plan to your space could be tricky, especially if you don’t have any DIY-related experience. There are several sites that could help you with picking up tools, understanding how to use them and how to build small or big objects. When it comes to DIY, there’s always a small risk, but that’s the beauty of the craft. Personally, Instructables is a gold mine to find DIY tutorials.

Step Number 4: Finalization

When finalizing your DIY product, whether if it’s in your room or in your outdoor space, you must keep in mind that, most of the times, the result won’t be exactly like the idea you were copying, but (as said above) that’s the beauty of DIY. Finalizing an interior design means seeing a complete picture, which actually stays in place with the rest of your space.