As a homeowner, you get used to everything that you see around you. This means that there are higher chances that you might not even get bothered about blemishes, some paint chipping, and dents – some of the mistakes that you used to make a fuss about when you first moved in. Your home’s floors may start to look outdated, but because you’re used to how it looks, it’s easy to just look away and ignore the signs. Aside from that, you even have those old outdated appliances that are no longer efficient.
You’ll immediately notice these flaws when you start cleaning up some areas especially when you’re expecting a visitor, or when you’ve decided to do some general cleaning – only to realize that your home looks worn out. There’s nothing to worry though! Most homeowners experience the same thing. The good thing about these tiny “problems” is that there are simple solutions that can drastically change your home’s overall look. Start by looking at your home’s paint job – what are the paint mistakes that you could easily fix? Repaint these areas, and see how big of a difference it makes.
You pass through your doors, day in and out – but have you recently seen its current condition? Check the paint job on this. Is it faded? Are there discolorations, or chipping? Do you feel that your door’s color is outdated? It’s amazing how repainting your home’s front door can significantly make your home looking fresh! Now, repeat the process and check the doors inside the home. Do what you did with your main door.
2. Interior Trim
How long has it been since you last a repaint job on your interior trims? If you haven’t done any repainting project before, you’ll notice that it’ll start to look grubby. Here’s a hack: grab one of those Magic Erasers you can purchase from the hardware and you can get rid of its grubby look. Better yet, add a layer of fresh paint for that new and beautiful look.
Walk along your hallways and carefully check the walls along those halls. Do you have children? Squat and check their level – how does it look like? Just like your trims, it may be filled with drawings, fingerprints, and even food goo! Wipe those halls and do a repaint job to get rid of all the filth. Your hallway may start to look faded – and this is just how it is. If you can’t find the perfect color for your wall, the best way to deal with this is to repaint the entire walls for that new, modern, and clean-looking hallway.
From all the other rooms found inside your home, you’ll see that the bathroom is that single room that needs repainting the most. This is due to the daily traffic, dust, moisture, and even harsh chemicals often found in cleaning products – all of these can affect the paint. Fortunately, your bathroom space is considerably smaller than other rooms in your home. You can repaint an entire bathroom which will only take up your afternoon.
For more information and if you need ideas and help on how you can refreshen both your home’s interior and exterior, you may call Varsity Painters – providing service in Minneapolis and surrounding areas.