You want your home to reflect the genuine you. You want it to have a certain personality where when someone walks in, they can’t help but comment on what a gorgeous home you have. Easier said than done, right? Not necessarily.
Here, we’ll take a look at four types of renovations that add personality and charm to your home without costing an arm and a leg. Let’s take a look.
Add Bold and Bright Splashes of Wall Color
Sure, it’s safer to leave your walls white or with only neutral colors. But does that give your home its true personality? To start learning how to add strategic color splashes on your walls, pick a room that isn’t often used. Look at different color pallets and see how certain colors go with others. Begin by painting a few accent walls to see how they look. When you’re comfortable with the process, move to more predominant areas of the home like your living room and dining rooms. You’ll be amazed by what strategic wall color splashes and accents can do for your home.
Renovate Your Kitchen
Your kitchen should reflect exactly who you are. If you’re an avid cook, add the best appliances you can afford and finally build that granite island for extra counter space. If you’re more into style than function, find cabinets that make your jaw drop and have them installed by a home remodeling services. Kitchen flooring matters too. Don’t skimp on that personality investment.
Build a Beautiful Covered Front Porch or Patio
The front of your house is what everybody sees first. Have you ever heard of curb appeal? Of course you have. Excellent curb appeal is what immediately adds a touch of personality to your home. An attractive and functional front porch or patio is a big personality-add to your home.
All New Hardwood Flooring
Yes, it’s time to pull out the carpet and upgrade to the sleek and classy look of beautiful hardwood flooring. It’s more visually appealing, easier to clean, and won’t get dingy in high traffic areas a few years after it’s installed. Upgrade to hardwood flooring to add a personality of class to your home.
Now that you’re inspired to get started, begin planning which of these renovations will work best for you. When the renovations are complete, you’ll fall in love with your home all over again.