If you’re looking to transform your home with minimal effort, we’ve got some suggestions for you. You can improve your home décor without breaking the bank or spending hours and hours redecorating. With a few simple ideas, you can change a lot.
Make Your Rooms Feel Bigger
The value of your home differs based on its size. Though you can’t easily change the size of your home, you can change it visually. You can do this with little things like replacing heavy drapes with vertical blinds or shutters that let light in. Light reflects and makes a space feel bigger. Adding a large mirror can also help open up and room as it creates an illusion of space. Even just clean up a room can make it feel much larger. Clutter has a way of making a room seem small and crowded. Invest in storage and shelving to organize a room.
One simple way to transform a room with very little effort—the overhead lighting. A light fixture can really set the tone for a room. A statement piece that draws the eye can bring a room to life or a simple fixture that impact the light and feeling of a room. This is a simple one and done way to change the feel of an entire room.
This easy upgrade will make your kitchen much more organized and user-friendly. Rollouts turn wasted space in cabinets into easily accessible storage space. These additions are easy to install, affordable, and can be found at most home improvement stores or bought online. Avoid digging through the dark backends of your cabinets with kitchen rollouts.
Another simple addition that frees up space with some organization—a closet organizer. Utilize your closet space with an organizer. This will help to eliminate clutter and make your closets look more put together. Investing in an organizer or even just installing some shelving in your closets is an easy and fast way to transform a space and stay organized.
Paint Your Front Door
Looking to boost your curb appeal? Try painting your front door. Whether you go with a classic black hue or a pop of color with a vibrant hue, you can completely transform the outside of your house with a simple coat of paint. Give your front door a full facelift by painting it and updating some of the hardware with a new doorknob or knocker. Your front door is often what draws the eye first, make it a good first impression of your house by giving it a little makeover.
Your window treatment largely impacts a room. Using large, dark curtains can make a room feel darker, it can block the morning sun from getting in (which may be nice for a bedroom), whereas white shutters take up very little space and let in a lot of light, thus they can make a room feel more open. Not to mention the aesthetic appeal that a window treatment adds to a room.