Kitchen and Home Remodeling Tips to Make Your Home Easy to Resell
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What makes a house more sellable? You might argue that when building your dream house, you should consider designing it for comfort and that you and your family will be living there for a long time. However, there will be scenarios where homeowners need to transfer residences or relocate to a different state because of work. For whatever reasons, it is safe to say that when you design a house, it is wiser to consider selling it in the future, and that you might need to make it more sellable ever years after it was built.
Listed below are simple and practical tips you might want to consider when doing home remodeling.
Ensure there is Enough Room for Everybody
The kitchen could be the new family room. Designs like open spaces and areas that easily flows into other places in the house are ideal for a growing family.
Make the kitchen the heart of the home. Create an open-plan kitchen which merges into the living room. Add chairs to the kitchen island that you can pull out to accommodate everyone. Interior designers say that a bigger kitchen has become quite in demand of late.
Consider Utility: Convert an Area into a Mudroom
When home remodeling, consider utilizing an unused space in the basement or entry way as mudroom. A mudroom can be more than just a small space to take off shoes. It can also be a place to hang wet coats or keep umbrellas. It can also be a place where family members can put their keys or backpacks.
A functional space may also include a small table where you can put the mail or billing statements. A few functional chairs may be added that can double as storage.
Use Space Wisely
Most big houses are likely to have bigger rooms (particularly the master’s bedroom) or there are walk-in closets with big bathrooms. For some, there are his and hers bathrooms and closets.
Now, having two smaller bathrooms and closets for couples may not be as practical. It could be improved if there will only be one huge bathroom (where you can add a bathtub) and a big walk-in closet.
It has a bigger space for bathing, and you add in accessories and improve the design of the bathroom and closet.
Try Going Dark
It is common to see homes with white cabinets and drawers. Most homeowners don’t like black or dark cabinets. However, dark cabinets are chic and sophisticated, so you might want to consider. Black or dark navy would be a good choice. If you opt to go dark, do so in small doses only so as not to be overpowering.
Make the Areas Connected
A family room that is immediately adjacent to the kitchen is a good design. It’s easier for the members of the family to get snacks or prepare food for a movie night.
If you are going to put accessories or paint the powder room, for instance, it should feel connected to the entire house. You may use the same color palette or accessories.
When doing home remodeling, don’t be afraid to explore and be bold with your designs, but always think about comfort and durability.
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