Top Ways to Revamp Your Home After a Remodel: Bedroom and Bathroom
For most homeowners, the main living and dining spaces in the home usually take priority for remodeling projects, with bathroom and bedroom renovations only happening if there is time and money left in your home improvement schedule. At Home Improvement Leads, we think that a home remodel is only complete with a decor and design overhaul. If you’ve just finished a large scale renovation project in your home and are looking for ways to keep up appearances in either the bathroom or the bedroom, we have a few solutions. Here are just a few ways you can revamp your bedroom and bathroom after remodeling.
While they say that you spend nearly ⅓ of your life in bed, the poor master bedroom is often the most neglected room in the house. Instead of treating your bedroom as the lowest rung on the priority ladder, give it the care and attention it deserves after a home renovation project. Textiles are key in bedrooms, so choose lush, luxurious fabrics that look great, feel even better, and will stand the test of time. Keep accessories to a minimum in order to promote calm and peaceful rest, but remember that a few personal touches won’t go amiss. Finally, make sure your bedroom looks its very best with a fresh coat of ready-mixed paint. Fresco lime paint works perfectly in bedrooms because the hand painted, textured look makes it feel intimate and handcrafted.
Bathroom remodeling can be costly and time consuming, but decorating this room after the major works are completed is fairly straightforward. Because of the humid and wet environment in bathrooms, most homeowners opt for bathroom tiling or mold-resistant paint to prevent damage and frequent redecorating. We love Marrakech Walls® 100% mineral paint because it is both mold- and bacteria-resistant, it has a classic tadelakt (concrete style) look, and it comes in more than 100 colors to suit every homeowner’s tastes. After repainting your bathroom walls, complete this room’s revamp with a large, bold mirror and plenty of attractive storage to display your best bath towels and decorative accessories. If you want to stay with current trends, a mixture of rustic and industrial styles and materials—reclaimed, unfinished wood accents and frames interspersed with wrought iron fixtures and fittings—will give your bathroom a memorable, understated elegance.