Spring – home renovation time!

Sometimes it seems that you  just moved into a new home, beautifully and comfortably furbished it and that it already has been 5 or 10 years. You start to see, that the wallpaper is starting to come off and the sofa that calms you down after a long day at work has become less comfortable. There is no need to panic and just consider that maybe it’s time for a small change. Changing your home can benefit you by bringing new emotions and inspiration to your everyday life.

Renovating a home is quite an exciting process, but whether you are planning to completely renovate or replace only certain parts of your home, you can face many challenges. Therefore, in this article we share some tips that you may find useful.

 

Living room

The living room is a universal space customised for each family member. Depending on your living habits, it can be divided into different zones: dining, resting and maybe even working. However, they may change over time. Maybe you changed your job or became more settled and started thinking about a bigger family. In this case, your zones can transform. For example, you might have an old sofa, that takes up a lot of space in your home and which you can replace with a more compact one after you start to have children. In this case, your children will have more space to play.

Kitchen

The kitchen is one of the main places in your home. Most of the people think, that renovating a kitchen requires a complete overhaul, but this is not true. To avoid spending a lot of money you can simply change only certain details. For example, you can repaint cabinet doors in a different color or you can only change some small accents like curtains or cabinet handles.

Bedroom

The bedroom  is one of the most private places in your home. Of course, the most important thing in the bedroom is comfortable bed, where  you spend most of your time, as well as the wardrobe and a few chests of drawers, where you can put your belongings. However, if you are looking for an inexpensive upgrade, you can simply buy more interesting bed covers or add different colour cushions, that will lighten up your room a little bit more. Also, if you have space in your room, you can put a comfortable armchair, where you can relax after a hard day’s work and read a book.

Kids bedroom

The children’s room is the most playful and full of energy home space, where you don’t need to limit yourself. Children love to change the layout of their room, whics is why, it is important to choose easily transforming furniture. This will allow them to create their own environment.
Children grow up quickly and their rooms remain empty after a few years. Which is why, it is worth considering a new purpose of the room. Replacing the walls with new wallpaper, breaking an old bed with a new tapestry and hanging some new paintings as well as adding some cozy accessories will help your room to change beyond recognition and become a versatile space for returning kids or visiting guests.

Bathroom

Most of the people think, that renovating a bathroom is extremely difficult and costs a lot of money, because they need to replace plumbing fixtures or old tiles. However if you like your bathroom the way it is, maybe you can add some accessories. For example, if you are tired of your toilet, you can replace its lid with another color. You can brighten up your mood by hanging a custom mirror, putting on new bath mats and upgrading bathroom accessories like plants or framed pictures. Without investing in a major renovation, you will be able to bring a new mood to your bathroom.

 

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