There are countless ways that a homeowner could perform home renovations on their beloved home. One way is to remodel the kitchen. Remodeling a kitchen is expensive and probably one of the most expensive projects you can undergo or you can modify smaller areas of the kitchen for a refreshed look versus a complete makeover of the kitchen. Other home renovations are to replace the windows in the home especially if they are single pane windows. Repainting a room, the entire inside or outside of your home is another home renovation that could be beneficial to potential resale and also get you excited to live in your home again. All of these home renovations are great for a homeowner to personally improve their home for their own needs. Which of these home renovations and others consistently give you the best return on your investment if you are eventually going to sell your home?
The infographic below will give you better insight to which renovations are worth spending your valuable time and money on for an impressive return on your investment. After all, your home is one of your largest assets. Read More
In years past, the kitchen was designed to be hidden from view from visiting guests. It was that place that we cooked and dirty dishes were not seen to our guests. Kitchen entertaining would never be thought of because of the piles of dirty dishes or the cooking experiment exploded on the ceiling, where you can clean that later. In in more recent years like within the last 20 – 25 years, our culture has seen a shift in kitchen design. Kitchen entertaining is real and designers and home builders recognized the need to incorporate stylish kitchens into floor plans. This concept of kitchen entertaining became a key component to more open kitchens, to