Your home provides you with the personal space to make memories, relax after a busy day, and so on. However, you may want to add a fresh touch to your interior space for various reasons, such as a desire to give your home a little makeover, a need to maximise space or accommodate your growing family. Research reveals that revamping your home can enhance its worth by up to 56%, depending on the scale of the changes you make. Suppose you want to bring some life back into your interior space, be it your living room, kitchen, or any other space within your home. In that case, here are some simple tips to help you.  

  1. Replacing the hardware

If you don’t have time for a large-scale kitchen renovation, you can still add a modern touch to this space by replacing your kitchen hardware. Changing items such as knobs, cabinets, and kitchen appliances will help give your kitchen the makeover it needs. If you change some appliances, consider energy-efficient options to help you consume less energy. Experts recommend appliances with the Energy Star label, which consume 10 to 50% less energy and water than conventional appliances. To keep your new kitchen hardware looking its best, remember to clean them regularly. 

  1. Replace old furniture

Replacing old furniture can add a touch of style to areas such as your living room. You don’t have to change everything at once. You can start with your dining tables and eventually change the others. Your choice of furniture will depend on the aesthetic you want, whether vintage or minimalistic. Whatever your choice may be, remember to combine style with functionality. As a tip, if your furniture is not completely worn out, you can have a garage sale to sell them instead of discarding them completely. 

  1. Explore lighting options

Lighting can completely change your home’s atmosphere. Even the simplest living spaces will seem light and cheerful with adequate illumination. You can make your living room and the entire house comfier and more welcoming by adding more light using wall sconces, floor or tabletop lamps, and ceiling lighting fixtures. You can also use more natural lighting by opening your windows or drawing your curtains during the day if the weather allows it. Natural lighting can also work wonders for your mood.

  1. Make use of open shelves

Shelves are a great way to help you make the most of your interior space while making your home look more organised. It also allows you to create a lovely gallery space to place your most-loved family pictures, kids’ art, and so on. They give you practical storage solutions in every area of your home, from your bathroom to your bedroom and living room, making it easier for you to find the items you need the most in no time. You can get creative by exploring various shelf options. These include converting old crates or drawers into shelves and creating a rustic-looking shelf with wood.