If you're buried in a few feet of snow like most of the country and starting to go stir crazy inside your home, now might be a good time to work on some of those indoor projects you've been neglecting.
January is a great time to get your indoor projects going. Why? Well not only are you most likely spending more time indoors, but it's also the time of year that last year's products are on clearance. You can find a lot of products on sale including tiling, light fixtures, plumbing fixtures, door and more for a fraction of the price last year.
|Antique interior pine doors perfect for an indoor restoration project.|
Photograph by Hannah Manning for Materials Unlimited
If you're working on a restoration project, and you're in need of new doors or hardware, now is the time to get those installed. Custom wood doors and antique solid wood doors are always a great option when jazzing up your interiors. Replacement hardware can refresh a space for maximum impact with little money spent. Plumbing fixtures can also be easily changed to give a kitchen or bathroom a new look for the new year.
|Cabinet knobs available at Rejuvenation. Image credit.|
So, if you're looking for something to do while the weather has you stuck indoors try checking off those small repairs and restoration projects that can cost less now and give you something active to do while you hibernate from the cold.