After living in your home for a period of time, it’s easy to get used to what you see. And that means that after a while, it’s even easy to forget or ignore blemishes and unsightly mistakes. Your floors could be wearing down, but you hardly pay attention. Or your appliances are outdated, but you feel they work so who care. Maybe you have a party approaching at your home or you just remodeled another part of your home and these flaws are beginning to rear their ugly head!
But don’t worry — this happens to everyone! And fortunately, you don’t have to worry about every single thing that needs improvement; there are some small ideas that can really improve the look of your house in big ways. Take a minute now to look through your house and see what stands out that could easily be fixed up. Spending time fixing these four specific areas could brighten and spruce up your home, letting you see things with new eyes.
You walk through your front door every day, but do you stop and actually look at it? Has the paint faded or discolored over time? Is paint chipping? Is the color outdated? Repainting your front door will give your home an instant new look.
How is your interior trim looking? If it’s been a while since it was painted, chances are that it’s looking dingy — and the grubbiness is more than can be attacked with a Magic Eraser. Repainting your interior trim can give your home a beautiful fresh look.
If you have small children, get down on their level and take a glance at the hallway walls. Did you cringe? Kids seem to think the walls are supposed to be dirty. Like the trim, there’s only so much you can do to clean off the dirt from fingerprints. After a while, it’s simply time to repaint. Because of fading over time, it can be nearly impossible to match the exact color of your wall. Touching up typically won’t do the job properly. Repainting the entire hallway is typically the best way to go.
You may find that your bathroom should be repainted before the rest of your house. Why? The regular moisture, heavy use, dust, and harsher chemicals in cleaning products combine in this small space to really beat up on the paint. Luckily the space is typically smaller than the rest of the house, and so you can likely repaint the bathroom quickly.
For help refreshing your home’s interior or exterior, contact Nowakowski Painting Services of Waterford CT and surrounding areas. We’ll help you love your home again.
Painting is clearly a very big job that requires a lot more time, effort and patience than you may have. Your best bet is to hire a professional painting contractor ct. We will handle all of the prep work for you. We are reputable company that will be sure to do a job that is perfect, professional, and clean. Call us today to schedule a free no obligation in home consultation or fill a form on our website.