Remodeling your home for spring isn’t all about the outside. Yes, it’s definitely time to spruce up the lawn and get to planting spring gardens, but your home can use some TLC on the inside as well. How are your walls looking? What about your cabinets in the bathroom and kitchen? Are your fixtures feeling a little dated? Give in to your spring fever! Here are a few ways you can spruce up your home for spring:
After the dry, cold weather, you might notice some shifting in your kitchen cabinets or counters. Now that the sun is out, it might be more evident than ever before that the white on your cabinets has gotten a little dingy from the delicious dinners that have been lovingly prepared in your kitchen. Come to think of it, the tile looks like it’s from 1994. Do you even want tile in the kitchen? You know, it might be time to freshen things up with new cabinetry, paint, and hardware, some updated countertops with some durability, and the look of wood floors is very versatile.
Do you have a place to relax that is calming and soothing in your backyard? We’re not talking a couple of lawn chairs amidst a plethora of garden gnomes. Create a space you can truly enjoy with a low deck and a landscaped chill-out spot that you can enjoy on a spring day or a mild summer night. Entertain without feeling self-conscious with our expert assistance. We can help create the right environment for fun evenings through the rest of the year.
The light will shine a little brighter throughout your entire living area when you knock down a wall or two to open the space up and allow your windows to really work for you. If you’ve already don’t some gardening, you can admire your handiwork from any part of the space when there are less occluding barriers to your view. Say goodbye to your cave and hello to sunlight! The one-off teenager might complain about a little early morning sunlight streaming through the house, but we can’t think of a better way to start the day.
There are many more ways to brighten up your home and get it Spring ready. We’d love to discuss these and other options with you. Contact us today and learn more about what we can do to help revive your home.