If you’ve been living in your home for a while now, you might start to feel like you’re due for a change. If that’s the case, I have three areas in your home that deserve an upgrade (and why).
1. The Bathroom
Chances are the bathroom has been through some wear and tear throughout the years. Maybe it’s not as updated as it was when you first moved in or maybe your priorities have changed.
Regardless of what the reasoning behind it is, your bathroom probably deserves a bit of TLC.
You don’t always have to go the whole mile when deciding to change something up. You could do as little as revamping the décor and adding a new wood stain to your cabinets.
Simple changes can make it feel like an entirely new space. If you want to go further than that, consider redoing your shower’s tiling. This is a bit more out there if you are looking for a change that is pricier and investment-worthy.
2. The Backyard
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone to see a home and the backyard has been neglected. Whether it be for financial reasons or simply because the owner didn’t use the backyard as much as others might, the backyard is often overlooked!
If this is the case for you and you want to start taking advantage of the outdoor space that you have, consider redoing landscaping, adding patio furniture, or even a small firepit.
These are all great ways to start taking advantage of your space and upgrading an area of your home that will be worth it in the end.
3. The Kitchen
This one is for those of you who are really ready to make a big change.
Renovating your kitchen is a big task, but it doesn’t always have to be! Stick on backsplash has been becoming increasingly popular amongst homeowners or renters that can't afford a big upgrade.
If you want to go all the way with a change in your home, a kitchen remodel is always a safe bet (given financially it makes sense for you!)
The kitchen is the centerpiece of a home for many people, and spending hours there cooking or hanging out with family and friends are all reasonable explanations for why it might be due for an upgrade.
I hope this helped give you some ideas for upgrading your home! Remember that upgrades don’t always have to be huge. Sticking to small advancements can be just as rewarding!