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Sometimes the most difficult position to be in is having a home that you love but having small changes you want to make. This is because your love for your home makes it impossible for you to want any really noticeable changes. However, if you find yourself in this position, you can start making more subtle changes that improve your home and the way it functions without taking away from the things you love about it. 

New Paint 

If you are looking to bring a little new life to your home, something simple like painting the walls can help brighten things up. For most homes you want to stick with neutral colors for the bulk of the walls and then a few accent walls with brighter and more bold colors. The nice thing about paint is that you can update it as often as you want without having to invest too much. That being said, it will be easier for you if you choose colors that you love in the first place. And work to make sure that you have a color scheme that flows well from each room. 

Replace Light Fixtures 

Outdated light fixtures can make a space look old and dreary instead of beautiful. So, changing out your old fixtures for new ones can completely transform your space without any major time or effort. Older light fixtures tend to be less bright and less efficient which makes them a poor choice for any home. Take time to update your light fixtures and choose styles that work well together and help contribute to the overall vibe of your space. Be sure to use energy efficient light bulbs as well so you can get better light with a lower electric payment. 

Add Storage Space 

Storage space is a must in many homes, but it is likely that you don’t have enough for your needs. Adding new cabinets to your kitchen can bring in new storage and give you the space to get your small appliances off your counters. Built in bookshelves can help any room feel more put together and complete while also giving you room to clear clutter. You can also build in storage with doors so that you can hide the contents away and make your home look a little tidier. All of these storage solutions will help to streamline your home and make it easier to live in. 

Window Treatments 

Updating your windows can help you to make them more efficient and higher quality. Sometimes you may want to replace your windows all together, but if you are looking to add something extra to your existing windows, a window treatment like tinting can really help you out. Tinting can cut your AC bills by blocking UV rays from entering through your windows. This will prevent your rooms from getting too hot during the hottest times of the year. Window treatments tend to be more affordable than window replacements and they come with a variety of benefits. 

New Countertops 

If you are looking to add a little style and function to your kitchen, new countertops may be just what you need. If you are going to take the plunge and install new countertops, you might as well choose options that are easy to maintain and look great. One great option is quartz, it is beautiful, comes in many different patterns and colors, and doesn’t need to be sealed or maintained. The easier it is to keep your countertops looking clean, the better it will be for your kitchen cleanups and your cooking adventures. 

A Furniture Update 

Sometimes it isn’t the structure of your home but the things you have inside it that need to change for the better. Switching out your furniture can be a great way to breathe new life into your home. Replacing your furniture can be done all at once or in stages depending on your budget and your needs and wants for your home. When you are choosing new furniture, you want to balance style and comfort. Some rooms require more beautiful pieces while others should be more focused on creating a comfortable environment. That said, you don’t want to spend money on any furniture that you won’t actually want to use. 


The outside of your home deserves at least as much attention as the inside, and landscaping is a great way to achieve that goal. Your landscaping options range from very simple to intricate designs. You want to choose an option that will be easy for you to keep up with the required maintenance. In most cases, starting by defining areas and making sure that plants are well pruned and cared for can be a great tact to take with landscaping. If you want something more complicated, you can research it yourself or reach out to a professional landscaper to get the job done. Either way, your new landscaping will add curb appeal to your home. 

Upgrade Your Laundry Room 

The laundry room is a great place to start remodeling your home because it is a space that needs to be functional above all else. But that doesn’t mean that it can’t be attractive as well. Adding storage to your laundry room is an important starting point and choosing cabinets that have doors can help you manage your mess. It also can help to have a work surface for folding laundry right in the room. This makes it less likely that you’ll let clean laundry pile up and get wrinkled. Finally if you can build in space for hampers, it will make your job easier when you are working to keep your laundry tasks taken care of. 

Making subtle changes to your home is an important step to turning into a more comfortable and beautiful space. You don’t have to completely transform your house to make a huge difference. And in fact, by making small changes you can make the biggest possible difference.

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