LIFESTYLE: Which Parts Of The Home Deserve More Love In 2020?

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If you’re planning to update and upgrade your home in 2020, it’s important to accept that you can’t do everything at once. As such, you will need to build a prioritised list to ensure that the right areas receive the TLC they require. 

No two homes or families are the same, which is why you must consider your needs as well as the condition of each space. Nonetheless, these are the most common areas that require attention in 2020. Focus on these spaces, and you will see the biggest improvements. 

The Structure 

Your biggest priorities should lie with the building itself. Roof damage, foundation faults, and household leaks require instant fixes. Only a professional should be trusted with the job as your inexperience could cause further problems. Correcting problems caused by adverse weather conditions and general ageing is the start. But you should also consider the security. From better locks on doors and windows to CCTV, those additions will impact your feelings towards the property. 

The Bedroom 

The average person spends one-third of their life sleeping. Therefore, it’s imperative that you give your body the very best chance of rest and recuperation. Investing in a better mattress, blackout curtains, and comfy surroundings is key. When your body is well rested, everything from your mood to skin health will see big rewards. In truth, if the bedroom remains in a bad way, the improvements made in other parts of the home will seem futile. Now is the time to take control. 

The Bathroom 

Bathrooms are one of the unsung heroes of the family home. They are used for several activities every single day, and are where you go to make yourself look and feel human. Upgrading the bathroom doesn’t always require major work. New towel rails, shower doors, taps, and cabinet doors will often do the trick. This can be supported by accessories like new towels, candles, a waterproof speaker, and a fake plant. Create a calm space, and your daily life will improve. 

The Kitchen 

The kitchen is used more than any other room. From food prep to cleaning, everyone uses it every day. Many families use it for laundry purposes too. Aside from aesthetic pleasure, it should be practical and include ample storage. In today’s climate, energy efficiency is another key feature. Custom kitchen renovation projects make it happen. When your kitchen is redesigned with the next few years in mind, the value it can add to your life as well as the property cannot be ignored. 

The Garden 

Your home doesn’t start and end with what’s inside the four walls. As such, paying attention to outside spaces is vital. Budget-friendly garden upgrades are particularly useful. Not least because they encourage you to spend more time outside. This can turn your home into the envy of your neighbours while also creating the perfect place to host friends and family. For even better results, you may wish to consider the prospect of using sliding doors to combine it with living spaces.

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