6 Beautiful Home Renovations That Cost $30K And Under
Here’s the thing – you don’t need to spend an arm and a leg in order to renovate your home.
If you can cough up $10,000 to $30,000, you can actually get a fair bit done, and customise your home to suit your tastes.
In this article, we’ve rounded up 6 beautiful home renovations that cost $30,000 and less. Read on to find out more!
1. This Hygge-Style HDB BTO Project
Project features include a recessed niche, a peninsula for dining, a built-in wardrobe and a bed headboard with recessed storage and built-in powerpoints. We’d never guess that this aesthetic, hygge-style home cost just $30,000 to build – this goes to show that it’s possible to create a Pinterest-worthy home on a budget!
2. This Minimal HDB BTO Project
Project features include an all-white kitchen with subway tiles and a kitchen island with overhang. If you’re going for a minimal look, you can’t go wrong with white-on-white.
3. This Cheerful-Looking HDB Resale Flat
Project features include a pink feature wall and floating shelves in the kitchen. One way of saving money? Go with standalone pieces in your living room, and only opt for carpentry and build-ins in your kitchen.
4. This Cozy HDB Resale Project
Project features include built-in shelving and storage, and a brick feature wall in the living room, a “tall boy” cabinet in the kitchen that houses the oven and microwave oven together with extra cabinets, a built-in wardrobe in the bedroom. When it comes to storage space, more is more!
5. This Sleek Looking HDB BTO Project
Project features include a built-in TV console and recessed shelf in the living room, drawers (not cabinets!) in the kitchen, a built-in console and vanity table in the bedroom, and a built-in wardrobe. We’re a huge fan of using drawers in place of cabinets – these make it so much easier for you to access all your pots and pans, even those in the back.
6. This Japandi-Style HDB BTO Project
Project features include a wooden platform that comes with a built-in table and plenty of storage space, drawers and cabinets in the kitchen. If you’re a fan of Japandi design, good news – you can incorporate these Japanese-style platforms in your home, and still keep your renovation at a reasonable cost.
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