If you’re looking to upgrade your home and don’t know where to start, there are plenty of tasks you can accomplish without tons of DIY experience. From painting to replacing hardware, it’s easy to refresh your space simply and quickly. For example, you can replace the faucet on a bathroom sink or try peel and stick wallpaper on a wall that needs a pop. Here are twelve easy tips to try today.

1. Update Your Master Bath

Bathroom renovation doesn’t need to be complicated. You can achieve a brand new look by painting cabinets and walls and updating hardware. Try adding new drawer pulls and knobs to achieve a refreshed look that doesn’t require a complete demolition.

2. Make a Wall Pop

Peel and stick wallpaper is a great option if you want to experiment with more risky looks or want something easily changeable in the future. As it has risen in popularity, tons of new patterns and colors have become available to try. This is a great way to update a rental space and not lose your deposit.

3. Refresh Your Front Door

Replacing or painting your front door can give your home an instant facelift and is something that is immediately visible to visitors. You can also replace your doorknob with one that is more creative or update your locks to connect to your smart home.

4. Brighten up Your Living Area

Painting your living room white or other neutral colors brings peace and serenity into the space while making it appear bigger. In addition, you will likely notice a mood improvement when you realize how much extra light can bounce around an area once it’s brighter.

5. Add More Mirrors

In a similar vein, adding more mirrors to your space can make it appear bigger and increase the light as well. Experiment with adding a large floor mirror or several mirrors mixed with art and placed on floating shelves.

6. Add More Rugs

Whether you have hardwoods or carpets, rugs can add dimension and warmth to your space. Though notoriously pricey, there are now rugs available online at any price point. You can also check local thrift shops for quality rugs at lower prices.

7. Hang Curtains

If you want to add height to your space, hanging curtains close to the ceiling rather than right above the window can make your ceilings appear taller. In addition to adding mirrors and brighter paint, hanging curtains will help your space look much larger than it did before.

8. Try Ambient Lighting

Lighting is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to change the mood of your home. Most homes come with bright, overhead lighting, but adding ambient lighting throughout the space will warm it up and appear more flattering. Try adding more lamps or even cabinet, art, and bookshelf lighting to make the room appear more opulent.

9. Recover Furniture

Although you can hire someone to recover furniture, it can get expensive. Many popular modern couches are easily updated with a slipcover. Changing the fabric and color or even going for a pattern can add instant dimension to the room.

10. Grow Greenery

Adding plants to your space can not only add beauty but will purify the air, too. If you don’t have a green thumb, jade, English ivy, and snake plants are all easy to keep alive with less effort. If you already have plants, repotting them can also give them a quick refresh.

11. Change Lampshades

You don’t have to purchase brand new lamps to change their looks. Trying a different lampshade style can make it appear like you’ve replaced the lamp entirely. Buy an oversized lampshade for a statement look, or try forgoing a shade and changing to an Edison bulb for a more industrial look.

12. Create Personal Touches

If your walls are filled with stock art, you may feel like your home doesn’t have enough character. Try seeking out one-of-a-kind art that feels more personal to you, or better yet, use your own photos as art. Displaying gifts and sentimental objects can bring joy into your space daily.

You don’t have to be an interior designer to update your home and make it feel more intimate and cozy. By attempting a few of the tasks above, you may be surprised at how refreshed your house feels with little effort.