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How to remodel your home interior with minimal effort

By LLM Reporters on 23rd October 2018

Whether you’re a property developer or a regular private homeowner, there will likely come a time when you want to make some changes to the interior of your house, be it in a single room or in multiple rooms. Whilst this is a worthwhile endeavour, it can be a tricky and time consuming process.

As such, it makes sense that you should look into ways you can get the job done quickly and efficiently. Here are some of the ways you can remodel your interior with minimal effort.

Windows

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Focusing on simplicity is a great way to start, as is looking at your window space. There are many simple ways you can revamp any window without having to replace it. For one, you can look into sourcing some quality blinds and/or shutters from a specialist like Direct Blinds, as these are very easy to install and can make a world of difference to the room they are in (lighting, colour, atmosphere).

You may also want to consider applying a new lick of paint to the frame, which should help to brighten it up no end, and add some freshness to the room.

Stairs

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It may not at first seem obvious, but there are actually plenty of simple, cost effective ways you can revamp your stairs to seriously boost your home’s interior aesthetic. One way would be to install your own stair runner, which involves laying a bit of carpet down the middle of the stairs.

This allows the wood underneath to peek out below the carpet, whilst adding some colour and flair with the fabric. You may also want to consider sanding or varnishing the banister to make it truly stand out, and give it a fresh new look.

Room Layout

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One aspect of remodelling an interior which often goes overlooked is the way the room/furniture is laid out. Crucially, it is worth thinking about the amount of space in the room, as well as the spacing between the furniture. Maximising the ease of manoeuvrability and general amount of space will go a long way in shaping the look of the room, as well as boosting its functionality.

A minimalist approach may work well, as you can also add things like rugs/decorations to the walls to add some flavour to the room and make it appear livelier. This is where you can really be creative and try to get the room looking the way you want it to, so it may be worth drawing up some plans to help get your ideas solidified.

Revamping the interior of any room may at first seem challenging, but as long as you plan it out and break down the process, it should be plain sailing. If installing new parts, make sure they are from a quality provider/manufacturer, but also try to stick to a budget if you can. No matter what changes you make, remember that they can always be changed again later, so don’t be afraid to be bold with your ambitions.