Updating a home
From freshening up your kitchen to upgrading your light fixtures, you can make your home look like it just came out of a design magazine without clearing out your bank account.Adding a tile backsplash to your kitchen is much easier than it looks — and totally affordable, too.To help preserve and enhance communities, zoning districts are more refined and reflect the variety of conditions found in Austin.The permitting process is updated and streamlined, and the code itself has been given a new look, with more graphical elements and clearer labeling to facilitate understanding.You can use it to hang anything metal — especially knives — for a functional piece that also doubles as cool decor.Brighten up an otherwise dreary exterior with a colorful window box planter.Add texture and a rustic cabin vibe to a room in only an hour with this easy wood pallet accent wall DIY.Add value and architectural interest to your home by installing crown molding.
You don't need a costly contractor or interior designer to update your home — instead, try one of these DIY ways to update your home on a small budget.For Austinites seeking information on Code NEXT in Vietnamese. Code NEXT focuses on five main areas where it can have a direct impact on quality of life: Mobility, Community, Environment, Housing, and Permitting.For example, to help address affordability, the new code offers more diverse housing types and a new citywide framework to stimulate production of affordable homes.Restoring this hardware by stripping off the paint can make a room feel completely brand new and modern.Want new living room furniture but don't have the budget to update the entire room?
Instead, use this DIY to make your already existing bookcases look like they were built into your walls.