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New Home Renovations to Consider

 After the selling, buying, and moving processes are over, you can sometimes find yourself living in a new house that feels a bit foreign. Renovation projects provide you with the perfect opportunity to make the most of your creative skills while transforming your house into a home. Here are 10 popular renovation projects you can undertake to add some personality and style to your new house:

Install Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring gives your home a distinctive mark of elegance and sophistication. Visit one of the large hardware stores near you and get a lesson from an expert. Not to mention that hardwood flooring is an investment that increases the value of your home if you have to move again in the future. It is also easier to keep clean, especially if you have pets.

Accentuate the Kitchen

Remove the knobs from the drawers and cabinets in the kitchen. Replace them with knobs that are more your style. Back-splash tiles can also take any kitchen from drab to beautiful. Just visit your local hardware store and make your kitchen the center of attention in your new house!

Replace Kitchen Faucet

Style and function are important to you in the kitchen, and the right faucet can make a big difference in both. A faucet that has a high arch lets you put large pots under it so you can scrub them easily. A graceful shape complements your kitchen area as well.

Install Medallions on the Ceiling

Unless your new home has plaster moldings, you can replicate the elegant look with plastic. They are lightweight and easy to install, and they give your home a distinctive and aristocratic look.

Upgrade the Mudroom-If There Is One

Laminate flooring is, by design, perfect for the rooms of the house that are subjected to more dirt and water than others. By prepping the floor and following other recommended procedures, laminate flooring makes a beautiful floor, and it is less expensive than hardwood. You can also install it yourself with little hassle.

Install Stepping Stones to Your Door

Find some round or square stones at your local store, or buy a bag of quick-setting concrete mix. Use your old cake pans or your child’s plastic toys as forms, and paint them when they are dry. This also works in the summer, make a stone path from the pool to the porch to avoid grass and mud getting into the pool.

Spruce Up Your Bathrooms

Older homes often have a small mirror in the bathroom. However, you can easily update your bathroom by replacing it with a mirror that covers the entire wall, making the bathroom appear larger than it actually is. You also may want to purchase a vanity or shelf so that you have something to store your make-up, medications, and toiletries in.

Upgrade Your Shower Heads

Replace an old shower head with a large, luxurious one. Find one that conserves water but still creates a wide spray. Or, you may want to purchase a shower head that features a pulsing massage. Your bathroom should be your oasis.

Replace Switch Plate

Armed with only a screwdriver, you can remove the old plates and install new ones. You can choose the same color for all plates or adapt your choice to match each room. Stores now have a verity of colors and characters to choose from.

Buy a Bucket of Paint

Nothing improves the overall appearance of a home more than fresh paint. Start with the room that needs it the most. If there’s a room without windows, you may want to choose a light color to instantly brighten the space. Make sure to plug a fan in and blow the fumes out.

There are many renovation possibilities for your new home, and all it takes is a little bit of dedication and some elbow grease to make a new house truly feel like home.
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