7 Great Fall Home Remodel Projects for your home
Fall is in the air and is a great time for home remodel projects. It is the time of year that we can enjoy going outside and doing projects around the house. It is also that time of year that you can keep the windows open. When considering home remodel projects, you want to think about things that are easy to achieve and that are fun and enjoyable. Here are a list of 7 easy home remodel projects that are good to start in September.
- Paint the Home Exterior
- Paint the Interior of the Home
- Remodeling the Deck
- Remodel the Bathroom
- Remodel the Kitchen
- Change the landscape and outside lighting
Paint the interior of Your Home
You can paint your home any time of the year, but it is especially nice to paint the interior in the Fall. This time of the year, gives you a fresh perspective before all of the hustle and bustle for the holidays. Changing your home’s interior colors will help to make the place look and feel brand new. One of the best reasons is because to paint the interior of the home, you typically have to move everything around. This gives you the best chance to clear the clutter in your home and get rid of things that you do not need.
The interior paint color of your home, sets the stage for the look and feel of the home. A paint color can say a lot about the space, so it is important to choose wisely. Some paint colors are happier than other colors. Look around at the theme of your home and see what is your style. Is it more traditional, transitional, mid century modern, eclectic, or cottage style. Each design style has a specific look, therefore,specific colors may go better than others. For example, if you are going for a more modern style or theme, you may want to consider using a gray color. If you are into warm colors, you should use a gray color that has warm undertone, something like a greige. Two awesome colors to use in painting projects is the Benjamin Moore color Classic Gray or Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray.
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