3 Sure Fire Ways to Add Value To Your Home


When it comes to making home improvements that add value to your home you need to be careful. Making changes to the layout or structure of your home can be a personal thing and what you may love, may not be something a prospective buyer will like or even appreciate. That doesn’t mean you shouldn't make changes to your home, whether you are looking to sell soon or even not at all.

That being said, there are some changes you can make to your home that will be guaranteed to not put off future buyers and even add an extra bit of value to your home when you do come or sell.

Kitchen
The kitchen is the hub of the home. For many years now, there has been a trend of opening up space in this area of the home. Making your kitchen more spacious and accommodating is something that will be looked upon favourably by those viewing your home and also by yourself too.

Light, bright airy spaces will always add that wow factor and add to the appeal of a well-designed family kitchen. Patio doors opening onto a garden are a popular feature as is an open plan kitchen diner too.

Use this opportunity to give the garden a makeover too so you have some scenic landscaping to gaze upon when in the kitchen. Look at patio designs for non-grassed areas or make the most of your garden by creating a flower bed or even vegetable patch. Or simply add a well-manicured lawn for the children to play on.

To make the most of any space you have, no matter how big or small, consider adding in integrated appliances to give a sleek and professional finish to your kitchen makeover.

Bathroom
Let's be honest, we spend a lot of time in the bathroom. It is a place we go to to be clean, freshen up or even just to relax in a luxurious bubble bath. For this reason, a well-appointed bathroom with all amenities will always be sure to add value.

Tiling, walking in showers or even a wet room and a jacuzzi bath will always be looked upon favourably. Try to avoid losing a feature - such as a bathtub unless you are really short on space as this will put off buyers with young children.

Go for a sleek, timeless look that is not only visually appealing but also practical and functional too.

Add an Extra Room
Extra space is always a welcome commodity, especially for a family home. So look at how you can extend your property to add some much needed extra space.

To extend a kitchen or bathroom, consider adding a single or double storey extension to your home to maximise the size of these rooms. Convert an attic or cellar to add a whole extra room to your house.

An extra room can be used for pretty much anything. Another bedroom, bathroom, study, office, playroom or even a music room. Whatever you choose to use the space for, it can be adapted to need anyone's needs.


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  1. I love spending time in the bathroom, so I wont mind spending a bit more for the fixtures :)

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