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3 Renovations to Consider in 2020

7th January 2020

A new year ahead is the perfect time to give your home a fresh new look, and there’s nothing more satisfying than a stylish renovation to transform your space. 2020 is set to be the year of some great trends in home renovations, as homeowners embrace the spirit of home improvement, instead of moving to a new place.


If you’re considering a new renovation project for your home this year, read on for some inspiring ideas.


Remodel your kitchen

A kitchen is often the heart of a home, as a place to enjoy family time together, entertain friends, and even serve as a useful in-between space for other activities, such as running a home business or providing a play area. So if you’re looking at giving your home a new update, a kitchen is the perfect place to start.


For serious food lovers, giving your kitchen a professional sense of organisation can be a great way of making the most of an existing area, and can help you use your current storage and tools much more easily and effectively.


Another way to improve your kitchen easily is by giving cabinets a new look. You might want to replace existing units or give them a fresh lick of paint. Check out painters and decorators in Bromley for some useful suggestions.


Add an extra room

If you’re lucky enough to have a loft area that hasn’t yet been turned into an extra room or bedroom in your home, then 2020 might be the year you finally do it. Loft conversions are a fantastic way to boost the value of a property, and also give you a practical and useful extra space to live and work in.


When you’re looking at loft conversions, be sure to take into account lighting and roof height into consideration. Low roof areas might need more structural work in order to make them more practical, and by doing this, you can also increase the amount of room you have to play with. Take a look at to get you started.


Convert a garage or cellar


Adding an extra room doesn’t always have to happen up top – if you happen to have a garage or cellar that is just being used to store old bits and pieces, then it might be worth investing in clearing them out, to give your home some much needed fresh space.


Most cellar conversions won’t turn out to be the mega-basements you read about in headlines but can provide valuable extra space for an additional living area, study or even bedroom. Just be sure to add sufficient lighting for a comfortable experience.


Garages, meanwhile, can be great as a ground-floor level room and useful as a private living space for guests, or a “granny annex” for elderly parents. And as most of the work is done inside, you won’t usually need to go through the hassle of getting planning permission from the council first.

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