The Window Shoppe December 18, 2022 No Comment
The new year brings with it a sense of hope and happiness. Many people see this as a way to start anew and jumpstart their resolutions. Often, these include tackling home renovations they have long put on hold.
If you’re a homeowner and you’re thinking of ways to spruce up your home in a number of ways, we have rounded up some home renovation trends that might just make it big in 2023. Make sure to check these out.
Distinct Kitchen Spaces
Open space layouts and living spaces have been quite the rage over the past number of years. For the new year, however, there seems to be a new trend of making spaces more distinct from one another. Take for example the kitchen. It is now seen as a wholly separate space from the rest of the house, with its own unique style and personality.
Before you brush this idea off, treating kitchens as separate spaces actually allows you to show off your own personal style and one that highlights its own perspective. One way you can join this trend is by having colorful kitchen cabinets. Some of the colors that are on-trend for the coming year include calming tones such as warm, earthy colors in neutrals, as well as blues and greens.
Energy Efficient Spaces
More and more homeowners are thinking about the environment and the impact that their lifestyle choices have on its sustainability. If you want to move towards this, getting a window replacement is one way you can achieve the energy efficiency and sustainability you have been looking for. A window replacement will help you conserve heat in the winter, letting you keep energy costs low.
Speaking of energy efficiency, you might also want to consider adding solar panels to your home. While this may seem quite like an investment, opting for solar power will also reduce your energy bills and these are generally low maintenance. Expect to see more of this in the coming years.
Emphasis on Indoor-Outdoor Living
Many have been cooped up in their homes in the past few years and people have been wanting to maximize their living spaces as much as possible, which is why indoor-outdoor living spaces are very much in. In fact, more homeowners are even considering outdoor living spaces.
With this, you can expect more projects like decks and patios to be created and transformed to become more functional. If you are fond of eating and having guests over, chances are you might want to include outdoor kitchens, grills, and an entertainment area.
In doing so, you can utilize more of your outdoor area and expand your living space as well, all while giving you the comfort you have with indoor living.
Now that the year is coming to a close, it’s important to carefully think of the home renovation trends that will meet your needs and aesthetics over time. These ideas might be a big help in achieving your dream home improvement project in the succeeding year.