When thinking about adding value to your home, there are two ways to go about it. You can take the full-scale home renovation path, or you can keep it simple and go with a few minor upgrades. Depending on your desired outcome and budget, you may choose one way over the other, or even a combination of the two.

We are going to look at a few of the best ways to add value to your home whether it is through a full scale room renovation or simply changing some of the design features to spruce up your style and offer convenience.


Adding a Bathroom


One of the most beneficial ways to add value to a home is by adding an additional bathroom or completely redoing a bathroom. Bathrooms are very important to home-buyers in terms of how many there are in the home and what they look like. By adding a new stylish and functional bathroom, or bathroom fitting, you make it that much easier for someone to fall in love with your home, giving you a great return on your renovation investment.


Updating the Kitchen


Making your kitchen shine with new floor tiles, a stunning granite countertop, and updated cabinetry can do wonders for the value of your home. After all, the kitchen is the heart of the home, so making it look and feel right can go a long way.

Your contractor can help you choose the right materials and put it all together for a whole new look that deserves attention. Plus, you can finish off the look you want with just the right window treatments, be it a country style, modern, or contemporary scene you want for your kitchen.


Light Fixtures


As an easier alternative to upgrades than renovations on your kitchen and bathrooms, you can take the economical approach to give your home a new style. Simply changing a few light fixtures throughout the home can create a different feel.

By choosing green energy light fixtures and bulbs you create an instant appeal that many people are looking for, which adds value without even trying too hard.


Window Blind Upgrades


By changing a window covering like a cheap off the shelf blind to something more upscale, such as a custom honeycomb-style window covering, you instantly create a more welcoming space. It is a small thing, but potential buyers notice it right away since windows stand out in every room.

You can even add special conveniences like motorized blinds that will not only amaze visitors, but they will also add convenience that is translated into comfort for the buyer. Any time you can add something that adds comfort and convenience, you add value.

You could even add custom shutters to your windows, which offers a uniform look throughout the home that is easy to maintain, and once again, they are much more cost-effective than a full-blown renovation.

Consider your options and do what is right for you and your home while staying within your means. Start with something small but significant like custom window treatments that add style and value to your home.