A Change Would Do You Good
Sometimes even the smallest changes make a difference when it comes to a home, whether you’re looking to add a little bit of curb appeal or hoping to solve some internal issues. So just what image do you want your home to reflect? How do you want to feel when you walk into a room? Does your space seem sparse and uninspired? Does the style still fit your style, or are you looking for something more? No matter how large or small the actual footprint may be, a home is full of limitless potential, rife with opportunities where little elements can seem hugely transformative. Contrary to what you might assume, you don’t have to gut a room down to the studs or reconfigure its structural layout to make it look and feel like new. In fact, sometimes all you need is to make some very basic changes to make some very big impact.
Sometimes the best place to start is by enlisting the professionals, whether that means calling a home remodeling contractor who’s got some clout with grout or spinning the color wheel with residential painters. Even those seemingly simple ideas you’ve culled from the pages of the latest DIY website or by flipping through a magazine after spotting the tempting claims of no-fail fixes that blaze on the cover might take a little more time, patience, or experience than you might actually have, leaving you to wail at the walls and wonder when that effortless project became an epic pain.
Consult the Color Chart
Paint is one of the most effective ways of making an immediate difference in a room. Builders’-grade beige walls may seem adequate in the beginning, but if you’re craving some color, investing in a can of paint might satisfy your needs. Think about the atmosphere you want to create and then look at the colors that appeal most to you. Do you want your space to seem warm and cozy or light and airy? Consider the ways that certain tones affect you, and then give boring beige the brush-off.
Don’t stop at the walls…painting cabinets can bring them back to life, easily shaping up dull kitchens and adding some splash to the baths, all without requiring you to get down with a demo.
Do more with your floor. If you have hardwood flooring, make it your canvas; you can paint it all one color or explore your artistic side and create a patterned design.
Finish off With a Flourish
Certain minor details may be missing the mark for you…or they might be missing altogether. Crown moulding is a fast fix for adding dimension and an air of elegance, and it can even create the illusion of height. Tiling a back splash plays up a kitchen and acts as a great accent to set off a counter-space; it’s an ideal way to add some visual variety and may very well be the adornment you adore.
Small changes can make big sense! Give the team at Omega Construction & Design, Inc., a call today!