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5 Home Renovations You Need in 2019

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Well maybe you don’t NEED these home improvements but you will for sure WANT them. We monitor the home improvement trends and know what homeowners like, check it out below and be sure to add it to your honey do list.

It’s a fresh start and a new year! We know you set some solid new year’s resolutions for yourself but what about your home? Not sure where to begin or what project you should tackle? Consider these 5 home improvement projects that are sure to excite any homeowner in 2019.

  1. Natural lighting: Homeowners and renters are doing everything they can to upgrade their lights. Not only in search to lower their energy bills but to create the ultimate living space. It’s all about the comfort of natural light and you can achieve this not only in design but the actual bulbs.
  2. No handles: Long gone are the days of using a handle to open something. How caveman! Expect to see a lot of upgrades in kitchens and bathrooms to handleless drawers and doors. That means a simple touch with your elbow or foot can open and close any drawer or door.
  3. Matte everything: We have seen the fashion industry embrace the matte trend and now it’s time for the home improvement world to catch on. Think matte finished hardware all over the house and in just about any color you want, your options are endless.
  4. Smart Home: This should not be a surprise. The further we move up the years, the bigger technology gets. Homeowners crave simplicity and ease and that’s exactly what you are paying for with a smart home. You can connect just about anything up to a smart device including lighting, alarm systems and appliances!
  5. Staycation homes: The home improvement investment that keeps giving. Homeowners are spending more in their homes and yards to create the ultimate getaway. Whether that’s renovating their master bedroom and bathroom to reflect a high end hotel or creating a landscape sanctuary in their backyards.

What do you think? Will you be adding any of these 2019 home renovation trends to your to do list? We are wishing you the best year that brings you joy and hassle free home improvement.


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