As spring turns into summer, you will want to open your home to guests and visitors. Updating the interior and exterior of your home will take occasionally longer than you think. But starting a remodeling project can be easy for many homeowners. Here are some tips on how to do it.
Paint the Walls
Many homeowners decide to start the entire process by painting the walls. It doesn’t matter whether they are preparing a room in the house for a nursery in preparation for a new baby or they want to paint over the existing wallpaper; either way, painting is one of the simplest tasks to complete when it comes to a home remodeling project. Paint can make any room in the house look completely different. Sometimes, hiring a painting company is the best thing that homeowners can do; it all depends on how experienced and handy the homeowners are. White and other lighter colors help make the room feel bigger. Painting accent walls, meanwhile, will help give an energy boost to the space, depending on the colors you choose.
Update the Kitchen
You don’t always need a top-to-bottom transformation to make your home feel more impressive, especially in the kitchen. A backsplash made of mosaic tiles can be a massive boost to your kitchen, especially if you only had plain white tiles or black tiles before. Painting the cabinets with a new color can help you greet summer. Adding new cabinet hardware can make life less frustrating in the kitchen, and once the remodel of this room is done, you’re going to want to spend more time preparing meals and cooking delicious dinners. Coordinating accessories and appliances can also inject your kitchen with a new energy that it didn’t have before.
Change the Mantles
If you have a fireplace in your living room, then one way to start remodeling this part of your house is to change the mantle on it. Even if homeowners are pleased with how the room looks like right now, that might not be the case six months or a year from now. With this in mind, experiment with moving stones closer to the ceiling, or use reclaimed and recycled wood to build new shelves.
Add New Bookcases
Finally, instead of buying new pieces of furniture, think more creatively. Adding bookcases to your home can increase storage potential for more than just books. These bookcases can be used in living rooms, home offices, kitchens, bathrooms, basements, laundry rooms – almost anywhere you have space!
Home Improvement by Capital Remodeling
Capital Remodeling is ready to transform and beautify your home in Maryland, Virginia, and Georgia this spring with affordable replacement windows that will exceed your expectations. With our quality replacement window services, reasonable prices, and flawless customer service, you will love the results. If you’re ready for a free quote, visit us online or give us a call at 1-844-320-9847. If you’d like to see our previous projects, follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Houzz, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.