15 home upgrades you won't believe are this easy to install
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You've looked around your room and decided it's time for some upgrades. After getting some inspiration online and even seeing how your furniture or decor will look in your space, the new piece arrives at your door. The fun and games are over now. While the thought of a new couch or shelf is always exciting, the actual installation process is usually no walk in the park.
It might require more tools than you expected or ones that you don't even own (but should), or contain convoluted instructions that just lead to frustration.
We found furniture pieces and decor that take minimal effort to put together but still dazzle with maximum effect. No one would ever guess that it took you less than half an hour to install these home upgrades.
The only place where you should be breaking a sweat is the gym - make life easier with these pieces of furniture and decor.
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A floating shelf
A curtain rod
A TV wall mount
A picture hanger
A bed frame
An outlet shelf
A shoe rack
An entertainment center
A wireless doorbell
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