The transition from Summer to Fall season includes saying goodbye to the hot, sunny days and welcoming the chilly fall nights. Rather than spending more time outdoors, we see a shift to cozying up inside. To ensure that your home is ready, check out these top home improvement trends to adapt this Fall.
Starting small and simple with one of the most used rooms in your home, the bathroom. One of the fastest and cheapest ways to update any space in your home is through a fresh coat of paint. Consider choosing an earthy, neutral colour palette this fall. If you’re looking for something different, you can add an accent wall to the space. While a fresh coat of paint can be a DIY project, for best results, we recommend hiring a local, verified Pro from HomeStars.com. Check out more bathroom renovation ideas here.
Next, with a little bit of a bigger project, your kitchen. As we transition from spending time in the backyard all summer to spending more time indoors, it’s important to update your most used spaces to ensure maximum comfortability. An easy way to update your kitchen, and impress your guests, is to update your kitchen cabinets and countertops. Whether you decide to upgrade one or the other, or even both, this home improvement trend is sure to have an impact on the space. Learn more about whether you should replace or reface your kitchen cabinets here.
Finally, ending with the largest update, updating or finishing your basement. If you have an already finished basement, updating the space to include entertainment amenities, or transforming it into a playroom is a great investment. Alternatively, if you have an unfinished basement, consider finishing it to include one or both of these great spaces. Fall and Winter are both seasons that include a lot of entertaining and hosting. Ensure that you and your guests are cozy and comfortable with ample space for everyone to enjoy.
Pros tend to book up fast, so get started on your fall home improvement projects by planning one or all three of these projects today! If you’re looking for more inspiration, or other home improvement trends, head to the HomeStars Blog to check out some ideas.