With spring just around the corner, you might be looking for a few quick and simple ways to breathe new life into your home. From giving your bedroom a lick of paint to fixing that broken cupboard door, there’s always some sort of home improvement needing your attention.
Revamp your kitchen
As the most used room in the house for many, the kitchen is at the centre of busy family life. And, with the wear and tear that comes with everyday living, it might be that this space needs some tender loving care. Start by giving the floor, skirting boards and walls a good scrub before a fresh lick of paint to brighten it up.
Beautify your bedroom
A relaxing bedroom is a must-have when you’ve had a busy day and there are a few ways to update it without spending a fortune. Replacing bedding, curtains and adding a cushion or two will make all the difference. If you want to go all out, however, why not totally change your colour scheme?
With spring on its way, opt for yellows, greens, baby blues and pinks to add a sense of freshness – with little effort. Switching your furniture around can also provide a new look, and if possible, move any furniture blocking well-needed sunlight!
There’s no time like the present to get all those odd jobs completed. Whether it’s pulling up weeds from the driveway, giving your carpet a good clean or filling in cracks along door frames, completing just one of these tasks will make your home look a little more cared for.
While they might not seem like urgent fixes now, they could soon cost more in the long run. And, once you start ticking them off your list, you’ll see how much you can transform your home step by step.
Redecorate in time for a new season
If you’re not looking to invest in new furniture, you can still update your home with a splash of colour. Buying paint pots in bulk offers a cheaper alternative so if you plan on using the same colour throughout, look out for the larger pots!
Brighten up your bathroom
Shampoo bottles, shower gels, spare towels – not to mention your children’s toys. A family bathroom can easily become cluttered. Invest in a few storage baskets and empty cabinets of items no longer used.
Often the smallest room in the house, use a neutral colour palette to help with the appearance of space. You can even combine whites, creams and greys with bright pops of colour for a little personality.
It may be that you’re looking for some new bespoke furniture to go with your brand new room. And, here at Hartleys we have plenty of inspiration. From contemporary bedroom furniture to inspiring office spaces, we pride ourselves in creating your dream home. Call us today on 01756 700 471 or fill in our contact form to find out how we can transform your property.