The right home decor can add a pop to your style and reorganize your home venue concepts. Reinventing your home can be as easy as changing your curtains or just swapping out your old countertops. Here are five renovation tips that can make your home feel and look brand new.
1. Replacing countertops
Replacing countertops is a perfect trick to bring your kitchen or bathroom back in style. There are many different countertop options. A popular modern choice is quartz countertops, and they come in many different colors and trends. Making your countertops match all around the house is a perfect solution to lack continuity in the home. When the home aesthetic is different in every room it can make your home feel undecided and can lead to more costly projects. Picking a theme for the home can start with the right countertops.
2. Change of color
Changing the color of the interior of your home is a huge step in improving the finish of your space. No home improvement project is complete without a little bit of paint and decor. In order to really give your home that authentic quality, the right coat of paint in the right hue will really bring your space to life. Picking colors truly depends on the atmosphere you want from your home. For example, the trick to finding the right white balance solely depends on the accent colors. If the color balance does not match, it can make the room dull or mismatched.
3. New couch/clean couch
It is amazing what a new or professionally cleaned couch can do for your home. If your furniture is looking tired, try a good deep cleaning. A little fabric dye could help revitalize the couch and make it like new. Another way to restyle the couch is to reupholster the couch altogether. Depending on your couch, this might be worth the cost. When shopping for a new couch, it’s always best to consider the shape of your living room and how the couch or couches will fit. An entertainment-styled home can require a sectional couch while a cozy loft-style living room can require a three-seat sofa.
4. New theme
A change in venue is never a bad thing. Adding a new splash of color with less time spent is my cup of tea. If you feel like you want to change your home without the commitment, try adding colorized decor. A new vase or wall art can change the home up quite a bit. Those small accents changes are completely reversible and not so costly. House plants can change the home atmosphere and awaken a green thumb. The theme of the home decides almost everything for the home’s ensemble. The theme decides the colors, the tone, the design, and the spatial depth. Colors that are lighter can make the room feel wide open and spacious, and rooms that are darker in color can make the room feel snug and smaller (which can provide balance for some homes).
5. New floors
Sometimes it hard to tell when it’s time for a new carpet or tile or if it just needs a good cleaning. If your floors don’t match the general theme of the home, then it’s time for a change. I put this last because floor replacements are a big decision and sometimes is the last thing anyone wants to replace when updating their home. However, replacing the floors could be the only thing your home needs at the time. Floor color and design can really bring the room together, especially if it’s done right. The decision to change the floor depends on the person and what they are looking for. If you are replacing your floor for the looks and low cost then linoleum could be your fit. If you are looking for something more sturdy than hardwood, tile can be the better option.
The lack of controlled pattern and the freedom within a hue can be something to consider if you are in love with the freedom of design and expression. NY Times Style Magazine wrote an article about an airy Williamsburg loft, which is a beautiful contrast of pattern and style. A home’s style is what you make it, and every home is different.