How To Freshen Up Your Home In A Pinch

Home is where the heart is, and it’s a place where we’re able to relax, unwind, and rejuvenate. However, sometimes, when you’ve lived in a home for a while, the layout and design can grow tired, and might need some rejuvenation itself.

Sick of your home’s current look, and fancy a bit of a do-over? We’ve compiled this short list of tips that might give you some inspiration on how to freshen up your home in a pinch. Read on to find out more, and be sure to get involved by sharing your tips and tricks with others!

Get Rid of Clutter

If you’ve lived in your home for a while, then the chances are that over the years you will have accrued quite a bit of unnecessary clutter and junk that is no longer useful or needed (this is particularly true if you have young children who quickly grow out of old toys and games). Purging your home and getting rid of some of that unwanted mess will quickly free up some space, and freshen the place up.

Got some stuff that’s still in good condition, and could be of use to someone else? Why not kill two birds with one stone, and make some extra cash in the process to spend on other improvements/renovations? With things like the Facebook marketplace, it’s easier than ever to make some money selling your bits and bobs!

Modernise the Place

Technology in the home is what’s popular at the moment, and investing in some new pieces of kit to spruce up the place could be just what you need. With some smart led lighting, you’ll be able to shift the vibe of a room in an instant, perfect for entertaining guests or winding down in the evening.

If you live in an urban area, perhaps in an apartment complex or building within a city, you might want to take a look at some of the modern properties offered by the likes of RWinvest in the UK for inspiration. Their minimalist, future-proofed designs feature smart tech throughout, from automated lighting to security measures.

Add a Splash of Colour

If your walls seem a bit drab and dreary, sometimes a dash of colourful paint will sort the problem right out. Often muted, soft colours are best to go with, as going for a bright, vivid colour can be garish and ugly if done wrong. If you want to display a bright area of colour, then perhaps introduce a feature wall, with the other colours complimenting it.

Remember, plan ahead when redecorating, and try to work one room at a time. If you run out of money or have to put things on hold, it’s better to have one room temporarily out of service than the entire home!

Improve the Kerb Appeal

To finalise, take a look around the exterior of your home, and think about what you might be able to do to increase its first-impression impact.

This could be anything, from as simple as pressure washing the tiles to bring out their colour or even investing in some surrounding plants and flora to generate some bright and inviting colours. The same of course goes for your garden, should you wish to invite guests over to relax in the sun!