If your home seems a bit bland from staying the same for long, a few changes can shake things up and make it exciting again. A full renovation may be a bit much for some, but some relatively minor changes and upgrades should do the trick. A slightly higher budget is best for new furniture, or new patio doors installation in Olathe. Here are some of our favorites:
- New Patio Doors. Brand new patio doors are great for brightening up your interiors by getting replacement sliding doors without grilles. Or you can opt for less obstructive designs like prairie grills.
- Brighter Hallways. Probably one of the most neglected areas of the home, your hallways could use a little spicing up without being too expensive — a change in the lighting, for instance. To avoid a dated look, try monorail lighting or something similar. Repainting the hallway with a lighter color would also work.
- Full Repaint. Speaking of repainting, why not go all the way and repaint the entire house? Take this as an opportunity to start with a clean palette — you can go vanilla and use neutral colors like beige, white, or gray, then add a dash of contrasting color on the trim. As a bonus, if you have windows or French doors in Olathe with stained-wood finishes, neutral colors would highlight the natural-wood look.
- Less is More. Or in this case, less furniture equals more space, which equates to a sense of spaciousness in an average-sized home. The trick is in streamlining your furniture choices; a family of four, for example, probably doesn’t need a dinner table for six. Or consider wall-to-wall shelves for your room to replace that bookcase and maximize vertical space.
- New Windows never fail to rejuvenate even the saddest-looking homes. If you’re looking into making your home look much bigger on the outside, consider getting bay or bow windows. Aside from the visual enhancement, you also get more seating space inside. Through this, you can expand your interiors by reclaiming even more space.