There are many things to think about when you consider remodeling your Nashville home. Maybe you need to make better use of the space, or perhaps you want to upgrade. Whatever your reason, remodeling doesn’t have to be a stressful process.
An aesthetic and practical remodel doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive. If you are doing a whole house renovation, you can divide it into smaller parts (i.e., bathroom, kitchen, etc.) based on your space. It’s safe to say we’ve done a few renovations here and there, so we’ve compiled a list of ways you can upgrade your home this fall.
Build An Addition.
Whether you add a patio, a master suite, another bedroom/bathroom, or a home office, you’re increasing your Nashville home’s square footage, space, and living value, which makes it worth more in the future. Some ideas can be to add walk-in closets, fireplaces, and full bathrooms to master suites. Not only will you get to enjoy these amenities now, but they will also be significant assets to add to your listing when you sell your property in the future.
Don’t Underestimate the Importance of the Door.
As the saying goes, “first impressions are lasting impressions.” The same holds true for the first impression of your home, which is the door. If you can’t change your door entirely or if your current door is in good condition, repainting your door is still a good option. Since paint does affect lighting, make sure not to use too much of one color, as that could lead to a color overload!
Customize Your Floor Plan.
It’s easy to get “floored” when thinking about renovating your floor plan, but really, your whole renovation process centers around your floor plan. If you can’t afford upgrades to your floor plan at the moment, you can still remodel your Nashville home by investing in renovating everything else according to your current floor plan.
If you are ready to invest in a home remodeling project this fall, don’t be afraid to contact The Dan Company at (615) 395-6910 to talk about your current home goals. After all, home is where the heart is, and we are committed to creating a space that you and your family will cherish for years to come.