Yes, It's Possible to Renovate Your Home For Only RM50,000!
A home renovation provides the opportunity for you to enhance the look and practicality of your living space while helping you to save money in the long run. By upgrading certain features within your home, there will be fewer improvements required and less maintenance to keep up in the future, so a home renovation can add some financial relief to the homeowners.
With the right help, you can transform your entire home while keeping your budget low. Take a look at these real-life Malaysia homes that cost less than RM50,000 to renovate!
Renovation Cost: RM19,255
Additional room is an often sought after feature of many home renovations, especially if you have a big family. Even if you are renovating your home on a budget, you can still improve your home’s level of comfort and functionality with simple modifications.
In this modern apartment, Interior Hunters installed a sliding door to create an extra room in the living area for the homeowner to utilise when hosting guests or when other family members want to relax in privacy.
The entire home renovation cost RM19,255 and includes outfitting the home with furniture and appliances, carpentry works, installing wallpaper, flooring, painting, retiling and electrical rewiring.
Renovation Cost: RM24,000
Installing eye-catching wallpaper as a feature wall is a great way to freshen up and add visual interest to your home without spending big. Take design cues from this Scandinavian themed apartment that feature taped geometry wall effect that drastically enhances the look of the apartment's dining area. For an even more frugal alternative, you can add a personal touch on the walls with photos or arts.
This home renovation project by Anwill Design cost RM24,000 and it is inclusive of outfitting the home with furniture and appliances, carpentry works, retiling, painting and electrical rewiring.
Renovation Cost: RM25,000
To create an aesthetically pleasing home without spending a fortune, consider applying texture and colours to add an element of boldness and dimension to a room. Take design cues from this contemporary home where Ingenious Makeover added in blankets, bright-colour throw pillows, sheepskin rugs, and velvet furniture for that much-needed comfort factor, so that the 1100 sq ft apartment doesn’t feel cold, bland or too empty.
The entire home renovation cost RM25,000 and it is inclusive of outfitting the home with furniture and appliances, carpentry works, installing wallpapers and electrical rewiring.
Renovation Cost : RM35,000
Lighting is like your room’s jewellery. You can jazz up even the most basic of spaces with good fixtures and they don’t have to be expensive. Take design cues from this 861 sq ft condominium where IQI Concept has successfully pulled off a high-end look in the living area using various warm lighting fixture.
The entire home renovation cost RM35,000 and it includes carpentry works, false ceiling and wallpaper installation as well as electrical rewiring.
Renovation Cost: RM41,000
Ample storage space such as open shelves is essential in creating a modern look for your home without requiring a huge renovation budget. You can also creatively arrange the shelves to create ‘low-cost’ wall art which can beautify your room besides keeping your home clutter-free, as pictured in this contemporary condominium, designed by Wuyo Studio.
For RM41,000, the entire home renovation includes carpentry works, installing false ceiling, retiling, electrical rewiring and painting.
Renovation Cost: RM45,000
A great way to minimise renovation cost is to fill your home with simple furniture pieces that are understated, as opposed to overly ornate or designed with bulky legs that consume a lot of space.
In this minimalist home, DesignLah outfits the urban abode with similar earth-toned timber flooring to match the console cabinet, coffee table, built-in storage, dining table and chairs for a natural and seamless look. It adds modern beauty and refreshing simplicity to the room without requiring an astronomical budget.
The entire home renovation cost RM45,000 and includes carpentry works, installing false ceiling, flooring, painting and electrical rewiring.
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