How to Give Your Home a 2021 Facelift


Spending time at home can be both a blessing a curse. On the one hand, you can take a break from commuting and the outside world. But, on the other hand, it gives you ample time to observe and get bored of your home’s appearance. Perhaps, it has been a while since you gave your home a makeover? In that case, this would be the perfect time to give your home a facelift. So, without further ado, here are a few tips to give your home a 2021 facelift.

Spruce up your walls.


A new wallpaper or fresh coat of paint are two easy ways to uplift a room and give it an instant freshness. So, if you want to make your home feel new again, this is a tip worth trying. Avoid focusing on only visible rooms. Instead, pay attention to every room, from the bedroom to the kitchen and even the bathroom. Besides, areas as compact as the bathroom are an excellent place to start because they can help you determine the tone and colors to choose for your home.

Furthermore, remember to research the best paint for bathrooms before starting any work. This will ensure that you end up with the desired and right finish. For instance, the type of paint you would use for a living room wall might not suit a bathroom wall. That’s because the bathroom tends to have high humidity, and as such, the wall is susceptible to mold. Therefore, irrespective of your preferred paint color or finish, whether it‘s a spa matte finish, eggshell finish, semi-gloss finish, or a satin finish, be sure to choose drywall paint, meaning it’s moisture resistant paint.

Add greenery for a natural uplift.

There are numerous reasons why adding pot plants to your place is encouraged. Beyond the aesthetic value they offer, having plants in your house can also reduce toxins and improve your indoor air quality. Therefore, using pot plants as part of your decor adds life to your space and gives it a tropical feel.

While indoor plants are trending these days, we have to admit that not everyone knows how to care for plants properly. Thankfully, there are different indoor plants and trees, ranging from high maintenance to low maintenance ones. So, ensure you remember your level of plant knowledge when choosing the perfect plant for your home.

For instance, when it comes to the best indoor trees and plants, some popular choices include the money tree, areca palm, cacti, and dracaena. These plants are easy to maintain and don’t require direct sunlight.

Change fixtures and fittings.


Does your home feel old, stuffy, and sad? Chances are, your fixtures and fittings need an upgrade. A good example is your window curtains. It‘s quite unfortunate that many people overlook windows, robbing themselves of a spectacular opportunity to add character in the home.

Not to worry, you don’t need to get an interior designer or renovation company to update your fixtures and fittings. There are some DIY tricks you can implore, thanks to the Renovators Blog. This home renovation blog will guide you on how to update your home’s features on your own. For instance, something as simple as changing your kitchen cabinets, door handles, and window curtains can easily be achieved with the aid of an online tutorial.

Switch to a smart home.

Gone are the days when good lighting was limited to on and off light switches on the wall. These days, homeowners are using lighting for better aesthetics and to improve their quality of life. For instance, many people are upgrading to smart homes where a simple click of button can dim the lights in their bedroom to a soft glow. So you see, switching to a smart home won’t only give your home the desired facelift, but it also gives you the power to alter your moods, save energy, and protect your well-being.

Admittedly, not everyone will be able to upgrade the lighting in their home due to financial constraints. Nevertheless, fine-tuning your ceiling, floor, and table lamps can still work the magic. Strategically place floor lamps in different corners of your home to make your home come alive, and choose warm light colors to give your home a welcoming and cozy feeling.

Declutter and clean.


Does the thought of taking up a home improvement project, irrespective of the size or magnitude, feel overwhelming? Maybe you should simply consider decluttering and cleaning your space. Sometimes, the reason your home feels sad and boring is that it‘s cluttered and messy.

Start by carrying out a deep clean of the entire home, then donating items you no longer use or conduct yard sales to earn extra cash. It‘s possible that once your home looks clean and spacious, you‘ll be motivated to implement the other facelift ideas.

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