Renovating of the home is popular for a wide array of reasons, but there is most certainly not a doubt that it is quite popular indeed. As a matter of fact, more than half of all people are currently in the process of planning their next home renovation project – up to two thirds of all home owners, for that reason. Ultimately, there are many different ways to update their homes and no one home renovation is likely to look exactly like another person’s.
For many people, however, the kitchen renovation is going to be quite ideal. After all, kitchen remodeling projects are second only behind bathroom remodeling projects in terms of overall popularity. Here in the United States, there are millions of such remodeling projects conducted on a yearly basis. After all, your kitchen design can have a bigger impact on your life than you realize, and outdated kitchen design is less than ideal, as such a kitchen design might even end up bringing down the overall value of your home.
So when a kitchen remodeling project is underway, it is the kitchen design that will be changed up. In fact, the kitchen design of any given kitchen is likely to be quite dramatically changed in up to 76% of all kitchen remodeling projects – more than three quarters of them, to put things into an even more clear perspective. This can be done in a number of different ways. For instance, changing up the flooring when revamping kitchen design is one of the more common kitchen remodeling ideas. Changing up flooring as well as cabinets can make any given kitchen space feel quite brand new indeed. In addition to this, updating appliances can also go a long way – and can make your kitchen experience better even far past matters of kitchen design. After all, up to one third of all people who renovate their kitchens and improve overall kitchen design actually find that they adopt healthier eating habits, something that can certainly be hugely beneficial in the long run.
But as important as kitchen design is, the kitchen is far from the only place in the house where design matters. After all, bathroom design matters just as much to many people, if not even more. This is something that holds particularly true when it comes to the bathroom design of the master bathroom in particular. In fact, the vast majority of all home owners who are upgrading their homes – up to 90% of them, as a matter of fact – will also choose to make renovations in their master bathrooms.
Not only do such renovations help to make the typical home a much nicer place to live in, but such renovations can actually help the home to sell – and to sell for a good deal more money, for that matter. Ultimately, changes to kitchen design and bathroom design alike can have an incredibly high return on investment, to say the very least. A master bathroom remodel alone is likely to have an average return on investment (or ROI, as such as thing is also commonly known) that is as high as 86% – and sometimes even higher, for that matter. Kitchen renovations can have quite similar return on investments, making such remodeling expenditures more than worth it at the end of the day.
Ultimately, some homes might even NEED remodeling projects before they can successfully be sold. After all, more and more prospective home buyers are becoming more and more interested in brand new homes and are not giving previously lived in homes any kind of a second thought. For many people, however, the updating of an older home can help to bring in many of these potential buyers. After all, the main reason that people are buying new homes over previously lived in ones is primarily to avoid any issue with the home, as older homes that have not necessarily been all that well cared for and kept up can have any number of problems throughout them. But recently updated and meticulously remodeled homes with new bathroom design AND kitchen design are certainly far less likely to have these problems at the end of the day.