A common question we are often asked about renovations is how to make a home look expensive? Homeowners want to know how they can get the most bang for their buck when investing in home renovations. The reason for this is because they are often hoping to “flip” their home and sell it. If this isn’t the case, they may be looking to have their home “appraised” and want to make sure that that it earns a high evaluation.
Although, our expertise in in the area of helping people lover their home again – we can understand why somebody may want to make their home look more expensive. Today, we are sharing some easy tips and add ons that will make your house look rich without spending a lot on your renovation.
1. Hang Your Curtains High
This seems so simple but it works so well. High hanging curtains is something that you will often see in more expensive homes. This is because high curtains make the room appear larger and more extravagant. You can easily emulate this by purchasing long curtains and hanging them above the window rather than at window level.
2. Paint Your Doors
If you want to make your home look fancy and well designed consider purchasing white doors and painting them a bold colour like black. This is something that you will see in only the most upscaled interior designs. The best part is, painted doors does not cost any more than regular doors, you just have to do the work.
3. Put in Crown Mouldings
Crown mouldings are a sure-fire way to make your home renovation look more expensive. These don’t cost too much to install and can really create that sought after wealthy look.
4. Include An Accent Wall
Accent walls also make homes look more luxurious. Choose a bold colour that suits your interior design and contrasts with the rest of your home’s paint. This can really add a “wow” factor to any room in your house.
5. Look For One of A Kind Decor
Last, but certainly not least one of the best ways to make a home look slightly more extravagant is by choosing your interior decor carefully. Instead of going to IKEA for your furniture, head to your local thrift store or go antiquing. Look for one of a kind interior design items and furniture that are in good quality.
If your home renovation budget is small but you have big aspirations for the final look of your home’s interior these tips can help you make your home look more expensive.