Room Renovation 101

All about Room Remodeling

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What you need to know about renovating a room in the home. (Photo Credits)

Renovating a room can be a gargantuan task, so before embarking on such an endeavor, careful research, planning, and close coordinating with a contractor of choice are important tasks that has to be done.

Edith and Evelyn Vintage shared a room renovation that could inspire any homeowner.

“The first thing we did in this room was scrape the popcorn ceiling. Then we removed carpeting, and installed wide plank, hand scraped, oak hardwood floors. Just those two things made a major impact. But we didn’t stop there. Next to the fireplace there was a built in bookcase {see above photo}. Interestingly, it only took up half of the wall, leaving the rest of the space empty. It made the entire wall look a little off. Working with a tight budget, and trying reuse and re-purpose wherever we could, hubby cut the bookcase in half, and then took the top half and used it as a base to extend the cabinet across the entire wall. He trimmed it out, built doors, and added shelves. Now it fills the entire wall to the left of the fireplace, balancing out the space beautifully.”

Take a look at the photos here.

Remodeling 101

The Chive meantime shared a family room renovation that turned out to be awesome. Concrete 

“It’s not uncommon for people to want to renovate rooms in their home. But most people wouldn’t even think about doing what this family did. The sad state of their old wall built 10 years ago…”

Get inspired with the photos here.

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De Zeen meantime shared a floating loft room design. National Ready Mix Concrete Association

“West London-based McLaren Excell has completely overhauled the building in Dorset, England. Named Merrydown, it was originally built as a girls’ school in the 19th century, but had been used as a residence since the 1950s.”

Check it out here.

Are you planning to renovate any of the rooms in your home?

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