5 Interior Remodeling Projects to Transform Your Space

Are you ready to change the way your house looks inside?  Do you want something different that will bring a breath of fresh air into your daily life?  If so, you might want to consider taking on one or several of these top 5 interior remodeling projects in order to transform your space.

Have Fun with Paint

One of the easiest ways to change the look of your interior space is to change the paint.  Simply adding a fresh coat of paint that is in the same color will help brighten up the space, but changing the color will give the room a whole new look.  Don’t be afraid to play with textured paint or with wallpaper as well.

Rearrange Furniture

Sometimes, you don’t have to spend any money at all in order to change your interior décor.  Rather, rearranging your furniture in a new fashion or bringing in pieces from other rooms can really make a great difference in the look of your room – and you don’t have to spend a cent!

Play with Lighting

Changing the lighting in your room and moving it to a new location can really help draw attention to different aspects of the room.  As a result, the room may look bigger and brighter or may look warm and cozy.  Play around with your light by moving it to different locations or even by changing the shades on your lamps and you may be amazed by the difference.

Knock Out Walls

Homes with an open concept are very popular these days, largely because they feel roomier and brighter.  Look for places where walls can be removed, particularly between the kitchen and the formal dining room, in order to open up your home some more.

Change Your Flooring

Changing a carpeted room to one with hardwood flooring or installing ceramic tile where vinyl tiles once was will really make your room look and feel different.  Just be sure to consider the space and what it is used for before deciding on the type of flooring you want to use.

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