There’s a ton of things you can do to revamp your house this year. First, you can start by repainting the walls with brighter and livelier colours. Then, you can update your furnishings. You can also work on your garden by adding new plants or garden beds.
Learn all the trendiest and most practical home revamp ideas – from the famous Living Coral Pantone colour of the year to eclectic prints and patterns used in the kitchen – in the article below.
Repaint the rooms
Experiment with the latest Pantone colour, Living Coral. Its light, refreshing and playful vibe adds a nice touch to any room in the house. Repaint the walls of your living room, kitchen and even bedrooms with different shades of Living Coral. Complement the colour with other light shades of Avocado Green or Lemon Yellow.
Add bold prints in your lounge or home office
Bold, geometric and eclectic patterns are quite trendy these days. These types of patterns are used selectively in home offices, lounges and study rooms. Feel free to add the pattern to your room using your rugs, carpeting, tiles or textiles. You can layer them or match them with another bold pattern.
Tidy up the space with a party wall
Large sections of a house can be updated by building a party wall. You can use the new section by creating a storage room for your kid’s toys, paperwork from work, and all sorts of personal valuables. Contact a professional to survey and build the wall for you. Since there are many professionals in the area, it’s best to compare the party wall surveyor fees before you hire a service.
Bring back the classics!
This year, kitchens are expected to switch from modern and industrial looking to something more subtle, classic and natural. If you wish to revamp your kitchen this year, you must highlight the raw material you use by minimising the paint you use. Go for wood stains or earth-toned colours to decorate your kitchen furnishings.
Upgrade your garden with pavers
Improve your existing walkway in your garden using pavers or bricks. These are super cheap materials you can readily buy in any home improvement shop. It’s best to use concrete, clay and stone pavers because they last longer compared to other materials.
Once you have the pavers ready, you can proceed to install them beside your existing concrete walkway. Make sure to dig trenches along the concrete walkway in your garden before you put the pea gravel mixture and the pavers.
Spend a bit more time in the garden
Having a garden is one of the main goals of every homeowner. If you already have one on your property, make sure that you spend enough time to attend to its needs. For example, you should make sure that every plant is watered regularly to avoid wilting.
Aside from regularly maintaining your garden, you should also think about growing new plants. For starters, you can try adding flowering shrubs around the garden to create a green perimeter fence.
Upgrading your home doesn’t need to be extravagant. A few simple upgrades are enough to significantly boost the charm of your house. Try the home improvement tips we shared above so that you can begin enjoying a newly revamped house without spending too much cash.