There is a lot that can be done to give a home an entirely new look and feel to it. In this short article, we’ll break down some of the best ways this can be achieved.
Let’s look at your kitchen first. Are there any appliances or utilities in need of replacing? If so, you should not only look into buying more modern and stylish products but consider purchasing smart appliances/utilities as this will give you access to ‘the internet of things’ and truly bring your kitchen into the digital age! This may be a bit costly but it could be a very worthy investment.
As for redecorating the walls, the most suitable colours to apply with paint or fresh wallpaper are light ones such as pale blue, light green, beige, aqua or lavender. However, it really depends on your preferences and the look of the room itself.
Reorganising your kitchen or/and adding new fittings such as a new TV, table, chairs or even a kitchen island can all add to the aesthetics and practical enjoyment of the room.
The new kitchen cost can range from £4500 to £12,000 or more. This is why it’s important to consider your budget and the scale of the renovations you’d like to have undertaken.
When it comes to a bathroom, the cost is about £4000 to £5000 on average to have the room entirely renovated. There are many fixtures in a bathroom which you may wish to replace. For instance, would you like to have a new mixer, power, digital or electric shower installed? As for a bath, what about a corner, Jacuzzi or standalone bath?
For the flooring, some of the most commonly used types of bathroom tiles are ceramic, natural stone, cement and porcelain. If you want to try something different, vinyl, laminate and timber flooring are some alternative types of flooring for a bathroom.
However, these latter three types are more suitable for a bedroom as is carpet and area rugs. When it comes to a bedroom, the bed is the most important focal point of the room. There are many sizes (e.g. single, double, queen and king) and designs to choose from. If you’re looking to save on space, a fold-up or storage bed might interest you.
There are many other changes you may wish to have undertaken such as purchasing a new chest of drawers. For the walls, you should give similar considerations as suggested for a kitchen or bathroom.
If you’d like to have your bedroom renovated, it could cost you between £3000 and £10,000 unless you want a really high-end bedroom created which could cost up to £40K or more!