The first thing you’ll want to do to remove your wallpaper is to use a putty knife to edge the corners of your wallpaper off the wall. Once this has been done, there is an easy way to remove large sections of your wallpaper.   Grab the detached wallpaper in your hands and pull upwards towards the ceiling. You’ll feel resistance and need to continue to change your grip so it’s closer to the wallpaper still attached to the wall.
Improving your home is a solid investment at any level — but if you have up to three thousand dollars to spend, a great place to start is by upgrading either the kitchen or bath. Either room is a good choice and you don't have to do a complete floor-to-ceiling remodel to reap financial benefits. In fact, modest kitchen or bath updates can be your best bet for a big return, netting, on average, an 80-85 percent return.
A great room to update for less than $750 is the bathroom. The two rooms that benefit most from even small renovations are the kitchen and bathroom. One cost-effective change — like replacing an outdated vanity, old plumbing and lighting fixtures or adding a new tile floor — will guarantee a lot of bang for your buck and give your bath an updated, modern look.