7 Winter Renovations, Indoor Home Improvement Projects

Easy Winter Renovations Projects

Let’s face it, finding yourself confined to your home’s interior may be challenging during the colder months. The good news is, you can still make the most of this time by sprucing up a few areas and features in your home, creating a space that is both warm and inviting.

For several reasons, winter is an excellent season for fixer-uppers around the house. Not only are we spending the bulk of our time indoors, but contractors are generally less busy than in the spring or summer as well, so you’ll get some scheduling flexibility.

Keep reading for some excellent winter renovations projects to keep you busy and make your home feel fresh and beautiful! You will be amazed at what a little bit of updating can do.

Kitchen Cabinets

For most of us, the kitchen tends to be the focus of most social gatherings. As your cabinets see their fair share of traffic and slamming, why not refresh your cabinetry with a fresh coat of paint, or change those outdated drawer pulls and knobs? Try adding some hardware with a splash of color to make your kitchen feel cheerful and homey.

Kitchen Backsplash

Looking for a way to bring some color into your kitchen? Adding a new backsplash with a complimentary color is the perfect way to get some spirit back into your kitchen without breaking the bank.

Carpeting

After the hustle and bustle of holiday traffic, your carpets may have taken a beating. The first few months of the year are perfect for replacing any ripped or bulging carpeting. Plus, carpet can make everything feel cozier, starting the year off right to help withstand the rest of the snowy season.

The Laundry Room

Although it’s a staple in your weekend routine, the laundry room is always the last room to get an update. First, give your laundry room an excellent, thorough cleaning. Then, build in some functional storage, add more lighting, and make the room multi-functional to store other household necessities. In no time, you’ll turn this room into a place that you’ll enjoy spending time.

Bathroom Faucets

For most, the bathroom seems like the most daunting of winter renovations. Instead of looking at the whole room, focus on something smaller to make a big impact, such as replacing your bathroom faucet and other hardware features. This may even help you save on your water bill as newer features help conserve water better.

Fixtures

Throughout the home, you have various lighting fixtures. Of course, you can easily change the lights that stand-alone or sit on end tables. Have you thought about changing up the look of the hanging lights over the kitchen table or the wall-mounted lights over the bathroom sinks?

Do you have ceiling fans? These are also features that can easily be swapped out for something new and invigorating.

These simple changes are typically not that expensive and can provide a whole new look and feel.

Painting

We all know how uplifting a newly painted room can be. If you want to keep costs down, find a new color that matches your existing furniture and start painting the walls and trim. For sofas and beds add some new throw pillows, change the light fixtures, update a few accessories and voila, your newly painted room will look amazing and better yet, like new.

Are You Ready To Start a Winter Home Indoor Improvement Project?

No matter what winter renovations project you decide to take on this winter season, never hesitate to bring in a professional for sound installation and delivery. Morgan Contractors is well-seasoned in home renovations, restorations, and more. Contact us today for a quote!

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