When you first moved into your house, you probably had big plans. Perhaps it was adding that bonus room or revamping the backyard. Whatever it was, after a while you start to get comfortable, maybe a little too comfortable and those home improvement projects fall by the wayside. From small projects such as repainting a room to major undertakings such as renovating a bathroom, there are plenty of ways to revamp your home.
The easiest way to get organized in your new home is to try adding shelving and storage baskets throughout the house. From your pantry to your garage to closets and bathrooms, adding vertical shelving and storage baskets will help get things off the floor and out of the way. For a vamped up project, hire a custom closet design company to help refresh those closets and storage spaces that just don’t seem to be working for you anymore.
From vertical bike racks and built-in cabinets to plastic bins and wire shelving, there are plenty of ways to outfit your garage and organize your tools. Talk to that custom closet design company that you are talking to about your closets, they can help.
Are you still living with the light fixtures that came with your home? It might be time to upgrade and personalize the electrical lighting inside and outside the house.
You don’t have to completely re-landscape your yard to freshen up a home’s exterior. Use potting plants on your porch and install window boxes around the house.
From unused furniture to old clothing, getting rid of non-essentials will give your home an easy, low-cost makeover. To donate items, try dropping them off at Goodwill.
Most kitchen appliances aren’t meant to last longer than 10 years so take a look around and assess the condition of your oven, dishwasher, fridge, and microwave. Then consider changing out your kitchen hardware. Switching up the old pulls and knobs for modern, upgraded hardware will give your kitchen the refresh it needs.
From kitchen backsplashes to bathroom showers, chances are you have tile in more than one room in your house. While convenient and durable, tile and grout also have a tendency to get dirty. To clean up your tile, try bringing in a professional for a deep clean. To do it yourself, simply use a toothbrush, baking soda, and water.