Four Ways To Make A Home Appear More Valuable
Imagine walking into a five-star hotel and admiring all the stunning details. Every single item seems to be individually selected and perfectly placed, right? Most people want a home that looks just as rich and put together as the most popular hotels without breaking the bank.
A few small investments, some strategic styling and following a couple of great tips can help turn a home into something stunning!
Adding finishing touches to a home looks both elegant and traditional. Architectural details, such as crown molding, are usually associated with upscale homes. Despite this perception, molding can actually be installed for very low costs. It really benefits large rooms because of their highly decorative styles whereas smaller rooms will benefit most from simpler styling.
Raise the Roof
If the roof can’t literally be raised, consider raising the window treatments. When most people think of expensive homes they think of grand rooms with tall ceilings. One way to make ceilings seem taller, without tearing out any floors or ceilings, is to raise curtains or drapes closer to the ceiling so they appear longer -- which makes the ceiling seem higher.
Fake it While You Bake it
Update the backsplash in your kitchen with 3D gel-like tiles that you can peel off and stick on the wall. This will look like you installed a custom backsplash in your kitchen, when actually you just applies some tiles on the wall for a lot less money.
Make an Entrance
The entryway is the first thing people see when they walk in a home. Add style and decor with a few flowers, classy lighting fixtures, and a mirror or two. Having fresh flowers on display as soon as you walk through the door will surely boost your guests mood and make them feel welcomed.