Renovating Trends for 2021

Being stuck inside for most of 2020 and 2021 probably allowed you to do plenty of self-reflecting. Maybe you learned some new things about yourself and maybe you realized that you’ve grown tired of how your home looks. If the latter is the case, you might be looking for some interesting home renovation trends that you could try this year. With that in mind and without further ado, here are some suggestions for you to consider.

Adding a home office

Perhaps 2020 was the year you realized that you can actually do your job from home. However, if you still haven’t found the time to add an office to your home, you should start thinking about it ASAP. As using the dining table and chair for work should not become a regular occurrence, you should look into your options. For instance, if you have a guest room, you can turn it into your workspace. Look for a desk that fits your aesthetic and find an ergonomic chair that will prevent pain in your neck, back, and limbs. If you don’t have a spare room but have plenty of space in the backyard, you can build a completely new office. While this option is a bit more expensive, it is also more practical as you will not be distracted by other household members. If you work with clients, you also want to add a few armchairs to the office and perhaps a sofa to the waiting area.

Bringing the outdoors inside

The past year surely made us realize how much we miss the outdoors. If you want to add some nature into your home, there are a few projects that can make that happen. For one, you can consider updating your windows and opting for bigger models that will expand your view of the outdoors and bring in more natural light. Moreover, you can also introduce plenty of greenery into your living quarters. Even if you believe you have a black thumb and your home doesn’t have the proper conditions for houseplants to succeed, some amazing species are very hard to kill. The snake plant is a great example of a houseplant that thrives on neglect. What is more, from hanging them from the ceiling to placing them in empty corners, there are a variety of ways you can display plants and create your ideal indoor oasis.

Turning the bathroom into a spa

Another project you can consider for your home, especially if you’re looking to boost the tranquility factor, is turning your bathroom into a spa-like environment. Depending on your budget, there is a lot you can do. For example, you can change all the tiles and opt for an all-white bathroom that will create that spa feeling. For a smaller update, you can just paint the walls in a new, soothing color. Then, if you don’t currently have a tub, you can add one for ultimate relaxation. Look into freestanding, clawfoot models as they can look gorgeous in the space and allow you to get a really good soak. Should you have a bigger budget, you can opt for something a little more extravagant like installing a radiant floor heating system that will ensure your feet are never cold. Other smaller upgrades include swapping out faucets and showerheads, getting new towels, bath mats, and similar accessories, and placing an armchair in the bathroom if there is space.

There are many projects that you can consider if you want to renovate your home. The above-mentioned ones should improve the functionality of your home, make it more serene, and help you relax.

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