When the New Year comes around everyone always looks back at the things they wish they did in the previous year but never got round to. Whether it’s achieving a milestone, making some home improvements or taking a massive vacation – most of the time we forget our goals before the year is out. With 2019 well and truly underway, it’s time to start thinking about those amazing goals again – especially the ones that involve renovating your home.
Planning your 2019 home improvements this early into the year will help motivate you and you’ll find you have them all done in no time. With that in mind, here are 5 renovations to inspire you in 2019:
Renovate Your Garden
Renovating your whole garden can be hard work, but as soon as the sun comes out it’s a great excuse to get to work. There’s no better feeling than sitting out in a newly renovated garden during summer, so you’ll be incredibly grateful that you got a head start on making improvements at the start of the year. Whether you add a new wooden gazebo, create a whole new pathway or spruce it up with a few more flowers – your garden could be feeling brand new within hours!
Redecorate Your Walls
Redecorating every aspect of your home may seem like too big of a job, so just focussing on wallpapering the walls is a great way to make it feel more manageable. You’ll be surprised how much of a difference it can make to your home too, often making rooms feel completely different without the high cost.
Update Your Roof and Gutters
Okay, this may not be the most exciting home improvement, but often it’s something that’s needed to ensure the safety of your home. If this is something you’ve been thinking about doing for a while it’s better to get it done before the winter months hit again, as it’s much harder to fix any issues during harsh weather and snow.
For more information on how to upgrade your roof and clear out your gutters, you can find out what Northface Construction suggests here.
Upcycle Your Furniture
If you’re on a low budget and can’t purchase new furniture, why not consider upcycling the things you do have? With a couple of coats of paints and some additional accessories, you could have your old furniture looking like it’s come straight out of a catalog. For inspiration, you can visit sites like Pinterest and Instagram here.
Invest In A Conservatory or Extension
If you’re looking to make a major home improvement, why not consider having a conservatory or extension installed? There are so many different things you can do with your additional space, and it will help add a little bit of excitement to a home you may have lived in for a while.
If you’ve been struggling for space this may be the perfect solution, especially if your family is growing!