8 Creative Home Renovation Ideas

Renovating the interior of your home takes a lot of work. Furniture is heavy, installing flooring and appliances takes a long time, and it will take several coats of paint to get everything looking perfect. Whether you are taking on the renovation challenge yourself or you are outsourcing the work to a professional company, your home will be out of commission for long periods of time. Different projects require different amounts of work. Here are eight ways to renovate your home to create a warmer and more welcoming environment for everyone who spends time in your home.

1. Large Furniture

At some point, you may have wondered how a certain large piece of furniture makes its way into a room. Doorways and windows often seem too small to fit a bed or couch into a room, so furniture companies have to get creative with how they divide their furniture into several pieces. For example, mattresses are unavoidably large and cannot be separated into smaller parts. Some companies deliver a bed in a box, or a mattress packaged in an easily manageable way. You will still need to find creative ways to position the furniture to get it through the door or window.

2. Walls

The color or pattern that you put on your walls is one of the most important atmosphere setters in any room. Wallpaper went out of style years ago, so it is rarely a good idea to use it anymore. Instead, you should pick out a color that helps accentuate the features of the room. Usually, wall colors are dark or pastel so that the rest of the room draws attention and the walls can blend into the background. If you do not want to repaint, it is always a good idea to refinish your walls in case there are any chips in the paint.

3. Color Coordination

As mentioned above, it is always nice to have the colors of your walls match the furniture. But how do you accomplish this? One easy way is by selecting a muted color, such as black or gray to make up a majority of the room and then choosing an accent color to intersperse throughout the room. You can use this accent color on pillows, blankets, shelves, furniture patterns, or anything else you can think of. Once you get comfortable with that, you will begin to develop an eye for which colors look good together.

4. Windows

The glass in your windows is something that you likely do not think about often. However, there are more options for windows than you might think. Some glass is stronger than others. If you are worried about the sturdiness of your windows or you live in an area that frequently experiences earthquakes or hail storms, you might want to consider that stronger glass. Stained glass windows are also an option. These windows have largely fallen out of style, but if you live in an old house that already utilizes stained glass you might consider having it restored or replaced.

5. Floors

Different types of floors go in and out of style as time passes. Similarly to wallpaper, carpet has largely gone out of style recently. Carpet takes a lot of work to clean, and most people have decided that it is not worth it for the average home. Instead, consider hardwood flooring for a sleek look or a darker flooring, such as shale for a muted tone that is easier to color coordinate. Homeowners should be thankful that the current style is so easy to clean unlike the shag carpets of the past.

6. Landscaping

If you are looking to take your renovation home outdoors, landscaping is a must. Landscaping is the first thing many people will notice about your home, so if your goal is to make a good first impression, you need to spend some time on it. Flowers, trees, rocks, and all kinds of other elements are some of the most basic landscaping elements you can use, but if you want to do a deep dive into landscaping, there might even be some terraforming involved. In other words, the landscaping company you work with might totally change the shape and soil distribution of your yard.

7. Utility

Just because you are trying to create a stylish home, that does not mean you have to sacrifice utility in favor of looks. There are more options than there have ever been before for people who refuse to sacrifice usefulness. Hidden compartments, extra storage space, hidden lighting, and all sorts of other small details can turn an unusable mess into the perfect home for any busy family. Whenever you are installing a new element, always think about how it will fit into your everyday experience and how it will affect your overall satisfaction with your home.

8. Creative Lighting

Until recently, lighting was limited to ceiling fixtures and the occasional lamp. Now, people are realizing that you can totally change the feel of a room depending on how you light it. Natural lighting brightens a room in a way that artificial lighting cannot. If you hide lights in creative places, you can change the perception of a room and highlight features that you want to accentuate. Colored lighting is also rising in popularity now that several home assistants advertise their voice-activated lighting control. Lights are something that you should experiment with until you find an ambiance that suits your home.


Home renovations take a lot of time, energy, and resources, so you need to know what you are getting yourself into before you begin. An unfinished home is like a canvas for creative homeowners who need an outlet to express their ideas. Do not be afraid to take risks in how you design your dream home. Just be sure to allow a little extra money in your budget to fix mistakes. Home renovation companies love clients who know exactly what they want, so finalize your design before you speak to them to help them however you can.

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