Whether you’ve just bought a new place, are getting your home ready to sell, or simply want to give your current home a refresh, it can be tricky to know what upgrades to spend your money on.
Here, we take a look at four things that are worth splashing out on when it comes to home improvements.
Front and bifold doors
Doors can have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of your home, as well as affect energy efficiency, which is why they are worth investing in. If you’re thinking of upgrading your front door, choose a modern design such as a sleek grey model with a slim, T-bar handle.
Bifold doors that open out to the garden are also a worthwhile investment, as they could increase the value of your home by around 5-10%. Not only this, but they will provide much more natural light at the back of the house and help you achieve the desirable indoor-outdoor living that is hugely popular now.
New bathroom tiling
Outdated bathrooms can affect the saleability of your home, particularly if you have damaged grout, mouldy sealant, or old-fashioned tiling. As tiles cover a large amount of wall space, they can make a big difference to the overall look of the bathroom.
You can transform your bathroom from dreary to dreamy by investing a bit of money in new tiling. Choose a chic design such as subway tiles in a herringbone pattern, large marble flags, or colourful patterned styles that will give your bathroom a fresh, new look.
Walk-in wardrobes are another home upgrade that’s worth the investment. They can help make your clothes, shoes, and accessories more organised than ever before, using bespoke solutions to suit your unique storage requirements.
Whether you need lots of long-hanging space for dresses, trouser racks for suits, or shelving for bags, walk-in wardrobes can be made to suit you. They will help to declutter your space and make getting ready quicker and easier than ever!
Kitchen cabinets and hardware
The kitchen is the heart of the home – so it’s only right that you make it a place you love to spend time in. As kitchens are “seen as a focal point in a property” you could see “a 10% increase on the value of your home” by upgrading yours, according to Sold.
It’s worth splashing some cash on making your dream kitchen a reality, by updating cabinets, hardware, fixtures, and fittings. There is a huge range of designs to suit your taste, whether that’s sleek and modern or country chic. Choose a style that best suits the rest of your home décor with plenty of storage so you can keep it looking neat and tidy.
With plenty of worthwhile ways to upgrade your home, what will you choose to spend your money on?