How to Fix your Outdated House
You’ve just moved into your new house. You purchased this home because it’s located in a great neighborhood, has a big backyard and an exterior with major curb appeal. There is only one serious flaw - the interior is extremely outdated and in dire need of an update.
It’s time to take a good hard look at your decor. It’s highly unlikely that wall-to-wall shag carpeting will be back in style soon (we could be wrong...) and it’s time to evaluate what changes need to be done in order to put a fresh perspective on your old house.
A great place to start is with your walls. You’ll be amazed at how quickly your home will feel better once you take down that busy wallpaper, bold red wall color and ‘That ‘70s Show’ wood paneling. These aspects instantly date a home! Removing wood paneling can be a headache, so it’s best to leave this one to the Pros since we have trained professionals that do this day in and day out. Or, if you can’t afford to rip it out and replace it, paint it a bright, neutral color to make it feel more modern.
Next, it’s time to tackle your hardware. Are you doorknobs, cabinet handles and bathroom faucets a gleaming gold that screams ‘80s every time you set eyes on it? Swapping these out for something more contemporary, such as a modern material like brushed nickel can have a huge impact on the overall feeling of your home and doesn’t have to be very costly.
Finish it all off with an upgrade to modern appliances and you’ve got a completely new (looking) home with major appeal, all without breaking the bank! Our remodeling team has the expertise to handle all the updates you can dream of and the impact will amaze you.
For all remodeling dreams big or small, be sure to give Taylored Restoration a call. Our team will take your outdated home from drab to fab in an instant!