When it comes to remodeling, there is a greater focus on visual changes and updating several interiors and exterior elements of your home. Remodeling a room, for example, could be something as simple as repainting the walls to far more complicated projects like completely replacing the furniture and utilities. Changing the flooring is also a common remodeling project for many homes as well. Also, for exterior remodels, a house facade makeover can also be considered a remodel as long as none of the structural elements get demolished.
One very important factor of successful remodels is keeping at least a small part of what made the original design work. A great example of this would be to paint the walls a different shade of the same color, but this time adding crown molding for a more regal or luxurious touch. The room still resembles what it originally was, but this time with a slightly different vibe. It’s something new for sure, but it’s not a complete redesign of the space.
A remodel can also refer to how the space is used. For example, you can remodel a living room to act more like a study or lounge by replacing a few of the features. By removing the TV from the room and bringing in a desk and a few bookcases, as well as painting the room a better color to help you focus, you can change the living room into a study. However, changing the room’s function does not always translate well to every room in the house. For example, if you wish to convert a bathroom into a kitchen or a basement into a guest house, then remodeling isn’t enough. These projects are far more invasive than simply repainting the wall, as you will need to tear down a few of the interior’s features and replace them with entirely new ones.