Home Improvement Trends for 2020
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Home Improvement Trends for 2020

Home Improvement Trends for 2020

When it comes to home improvement, it all depends on your intentions with the place in the nearest future. For instance, if you plan to sell the place, what you’re looking for are projects that improve the resale value. This means inexpensive projects that make a large visual upgrade of the place. On the other hand, those who intend to stay may want to shift their focus towards convenience, sustainability and overall quality of lifestyle within the place. The problem, nonetheless, lies in the fact that the very term “lifestyle improvement” tends to be both abstract and ambiguous. With that in mind and without further ado, here are several home improvement trends that could help you figure out just how you could pull it off.

  • Focus on money-saving

The most important thing about home improvement in 2020 is the fact that your home needs to become as sustainable as possible. You see, in order to save money, your home should become more energy efficient. This can mean anything from replacing your windows with double-glazing ones, all the way to insulating your attic. For instance, while replacing your windows may require an expensive initial investment, this is something that will save you $200 to $250 every year. By introducing a sufficient number of such home-improvement projects you can, indeed, save a small fortune.

  • The biggest impact

Another thing you need to take into consideration is that you shouldn’t focus on the scale of works within your home but the impact on your overall lifestyle. Your home is your own sanctuary, the place that you’re organizing for your own pleasure and convenience. The perfect example of one such project is proceeding with fibre installation. Seeing as how more and more homes rely heavily on smart appliances and that there are a lot of people who work from home (at least part-time), a faster, more reliable internet is the solution to so many problems.

  • Smart home tech

Previously, we’ve talked about smart homes as one of the leading trends in 2020. By making your home automated and enabling yourself to control it remotely, you’ll make your life substantially easier. Not only that but you can use this method to improve so many aspects of your life. For instance, a smart lock can be checked and controlled remotely, thus increasing the overall safety of your home. Moreover, a smart light can be turned off without getting off the couch, which can help make power-saving so much easier.

  • A quieter home

Previously, we’ve discussed the importance of a home as a recharge shrine. Well, if that is the case, one of your top priorities needs to become the reduction of noise within your household. For instance, you can cover your home’s hard flooring with a rug in order to decrease the impact of foot traffic across the room. As for your walls, while sound-proofing them may sound quite complex, this sometimes takes nothing more than hanging a wall ornament made out of fabric. All in all, a quieter home is usually a cozier home, as well.

  • Home wellness

Just now, we’re starting to grasp the full effect of our household on our mental state, as a whole. You see, the cleanliness of air can be improved with the help of a quality air purifier, as well as with the creation of a suitable indoor jungle. Other than this, you need to keep in mind that different colors affect your mindset in a completely different way, which is definitely something worth taking into consideration when doing the paint job of different areas. Even the layout of the place can add to your feeling of claustrophobia if not executed properly. Keep in mind that spending time in this space day in and day out may have a bigger impact on you than expected. 

  • Layered lighting

Other than being an incredibly satisfying form of lighting, you need to keep in mind that this is a versatile system of illumination. Why? Well, due to the fact that you’re in complete control of which area of the room you’re illuminating at the time. You can create illuminated areas as a contrast to tad darker and gloomier corners of the room. Also, bear in mind that layered lighting also gives you a chance to experiment with various different fixtures. Instead of having to choose between downlights, wall lighting and pendant lighting, you can now use them all within the same room.

In conclusion

Making your home considerably more convenient isn’t necessarily the issue of money. First, you need to have an idea and do the research in order to determine the amount of value that you get for the money. Seeing as how lifestyle quality home improvement is always subjective, you alone must make a decision on whether this is worth your while.

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Liam Smith is a young and aspiring Australian blogger with a passion for everything related to home, design and lifestyle. He has a B.Sc. in Interior design and is an avid reader.