Cost-Effective Home Renovating Ideas

The renovation of homes is a regular project that should be conducted from time to time. Home improvement is however not easy for many people because of the enormous costs incurred regarding labor and any extra material. It is for this reason that I opt to pass on a few cost-effective ideas for you to use. Consider using any of the tips highlighted below and discover the enormously untapped space in your home.

Home Renovating Ideas

A small kitchen

One of the main challenges that is experienced by many households is a kitchen that has little space. In the olden days, the kitchen was not a point of concern for many families. However, this has been changing in the last few years as many designers begin to put emphasis on it.

If you have a small kitchen space, there is no need to worry as you will be adding up space in no time. At a fair cost of only $5,000 to $8,000, your kitchen will turn out to be bigger and brand new. Start by getting rid of any walls that exist between your kitchen and the dining room area.

Another solution to this is to add small additions. To leave your dining room as it is, hang a small kitchen addition to the side of the house instead of allowing it sit on top of the foundation of the house. At a cost of only $10,000 to $50,000 per 2 by 10-foot bump out, you can give your kitchen a  bigger and more spacious feel.

No playing space for your kids

Children love playing in the house. However, if there is not enough space, it is more likely the kids would get bored of hanging around the house.  The good news is that you are only a step away to making your dreams of a bigger playing area come true.

There is too much space in the basement that can be potentially tapped to bring out the space that is required. You will only need an average of $30,000 to refurb

ish completely and finish your basement, inclusive of putting up ceilings and walls, adding insulations, installing flooring, connecting cooling and heating systems as well as electricity and lighting.

A dull master suite

Modern day designs offer to provide master suites with enormous space that would allow you to walk freely through the room, quickly access your closets and enjoy your time while in the bathroom. Such bathrooms often include extra sinks and separate tub and shower. However, this is not always available to everyone who owns a home.

You can take your kid’s bedroom whenever they go off to college to help you in increasing space for yourself.

Shortage of bedroom space

Families who are continuously growing have one major challenge. These families often have a lack of bedrooms prompting guests or anyone to sleep on the couch or living room area. It is for this reason that many people prefer moving into homes which have much bigger bedrooms. Such smaller bedrooms are often expensive to expand and renovate even though there are no complicated finishing such as plumbing and tiling.

This problem, however, can be tackled by stealing some space from your attic. Consider this as the cheapest and most efficient method because you would be acquiring space from an area which is already available in your home.

At an average cost of $50,000, you would be able to renovate completely and connect your attic to your bedroom for a much bigger space.