Thinking about making some changes to your home for the holidays?
It may seem like an overwhelming task especially when thinking about getting your home holiday ready for family and friends.
Here are some simple holiday remodeling tips that are sure to make your home holiday ready.
New Coat of Paint
The kitchen, dining room or living room are places where everyone always seems to congregate, more so during the holiday season. An easy update to your kitchen is to paint the cabinets or change the color of the walls. Changing color can instantly transform the look and feel of an entire room. If your kitchen is already colorful, then it may be a good idea to accent it with white or neutral colors. If your kitchen is neutral, a splash of color can help change the feel.
Updating or adding a backsplash to your kitchen or bathroom will add a modern and slick look. Adding a backsplash throughout the kitchen can help make the room feel bigger. Even if you don’t add it throughout the kitchen, adding above the sink or stove will still make the look larger and welcoming. In addition, makes cleaning a breeze.
You can also add a backsplash to a bathroom for a quick update. The backsplash can cover the length of the bathroom counter. The tile does not need to be an exact as the other tile in the bathroom, sometimes contrasting the other tiles makes a bold statement.
Updating the flooring in high traffic areas of your home. Your budget might not allow for a complete flooring remodel but updating a few rooms at a time can make a huge difference. Typical high traffic areas include stairs, doorways, kitchens or living rooms. These areas wear out sooner and might have more dirt and stains than other parts of the house. When updating flooring, keep in mind you may want to choose something that suits a variety of styles and can put up with everyday life. If you want to replace carpet you might consider using tile, laminate or hardwood. Depending on your budget, there is always a cost-effective option available.
Focus on a Particular Room
Is there a particular room in your home that is used for everyone to gather during the holidays? This could be a living room, dining room or even an outdoor space. Think of ideas that can make this area suitable for the holidays. If there is clutter in the room, organize it. Make the space more livable by freeing up floor space. Add lighting to make the room more welcoming. Hide any unused furniture and electronics. Create the perfect space for your family to create precious memories.
We hope our simple home remodeling tips have been helpful and if we can help contact JMI today.