At times, homeowners are held back from home improvements because it seems overwhelming. There are several things that can be done to change the overall appearance of the home without an extravagant amount of time or money expended. The difference will improve the quality of life and home, drawing many comments about the up-scaled changes, such as those that might be made to the front door.
Your home’s front door
Eliminate the tiny little circle, usually placed inconveniently, that is supposed to help identify the person on the other side of the front door. One of the best features designed in a long time for home improvements, the electronic peephole viewer provides a good look through the viewable screen. Whether it is a child or a basketball player, identifying the visitor is made easier by eliminating the need to bend or stretch to see who is knocking. A simple glance at the screen gives the answer.
Your kitchen cabinets
The amount and style of kitchen cabinets are candidates when thinking of home improvements. If the shelf depth is perfect for your dishes and glasses, but you want a new look, change the appearance of the doors. If you want to apply a different stain to the cabinets, choose a lighter, warmer color. If the exterior is being painted, select a bright and cheerful color, such as daffodil yellow or firecracker red. The stain won’t need an alternate color for the background. Using cloud white or cream paint as a background on the base of the cabinets will provide more light and variety.
Your interior doors
Interior doors take a significant beating. When thinking of home improvements, analyze what can be done for the interior doors. Thin wood with hollow interiors was the rage many years ago. You might notice holes or pushed in portions, as well as discolored staining. The hinges probably could stand to be replaced. Contact a professional if in doubt regarding the best doors for replacement. It will depend on the amount of use each one gets and its position in the house. Look at some of the new doorknobs, locks, and hinges that can add style to the look of the room and hallway.
Built in wall cabinets
Has it gotten harder to see what is in the wall cabinets? Does the idea of getting on your knees to access the blankets on the bottom towards the back of the shelf seem less inviting than it did years ago? When considering home improvements, put this on the top of your list. There are so many new ways to design the interior of the built in wall cabinets, including vertical shelf partitions.
Molding and millwork
Walk around your home and note all the molding and millwork on the walls. Most homeowners have decided to remodel rather than sell their home. This long term commitment has resulted in an evaluation of which home improvements should take priority. While searching the web for answers about improving the appearance of your home, seek out a