People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

If you want to make changes in your life, start with redesigning your home, according to a popular guideline. Some people, however, want to go a step farther than simply rearranging furniture; they destroy the walls and begin again, making their houses even more beautiful than before. Some people’s homes also have a garden, which needs regular maintenance. These are the individuals who have never heard of the term “lazy.”

We at Bright Side are delighted with those who have enough strength to finish what they’ve started so that they can enjoy the end result.

“I’ve never had a garden in my life. It took me 3 months to pull this miracle together. I finally have my own balcony oasis.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“I did so many things in my free time.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“I’ve been stuck in my apartment for months, staring at the same ugly bedroom, and I finally decided to change it.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“We bought a new home with a neglected garden. We worked hard for 3 months to transform it.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“I’m so proud of myself! I did it all with my own hands.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“I tidied up the house and the surrounding area.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“My dad and I built a patio at my house.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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A girl transformed her tiny yard into a real paradise.

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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Someone had tons of free time to do miracles!

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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After the renovation, this garden really started to look like a garden.

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“I’ve always dreamt of having a wardrobe room, so I decided to renovate the moldy, unused space on the top of our home.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“I moved into a new apartment in January, and the kitchen didn’t look the best. In May, I finally decided to do something about it.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“6 months later, the remodel is finally finished.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“Wife wanted it — wife got it.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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Now it looks like a cozy house from a fairy tale.

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“We bought a flat and renovated it before moving in. But we didn’t have enough energy or money to repair the balcony.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“So we decided to do it later. And 6 months later, I braced myself and did it with my own hands.”

A tiny kitchen before and after renovation

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“2 long years later — 90% of work was done by me in my spare time, and my perfect house is ready.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“We transformed a cluttered, unkempt garden into a cozy, tidy one.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“My husband and I renovated our kitchen. We’re newbies and are proud of the final result.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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“We moved into a house that was built in 1927 and completely transformed it, keeping historically important interior details.”

20+ People Who Proved That DIY Home Renovations Aren’t a Tragedy

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Have you ever done renovations that made you smile like the Cheshire Cat when you were done?Preview photo credit Obecalp1mg / Reddit

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