Although property price inflation slightly slowed down in the year to January, did you know the average house price still rose by £2,000 each month in 2021?! Coupled with rising economic uncertainty, improving rather than moving certainly looks set to remain a tempting proposition for homeowners across Wolverhampton and the Midlands for some time.
Making your home more attractive doesn’t just make it stand out from the crowd, it can boost mental health, creativity, and self-esteem, and reduce stress levels too. With this in mind, there are various ways to make your home more attractive that don’t require too much effort or investment to complete.
So, how can I make my house more stylish & aesthetically pleasing?
1. Create the illusion of more space with a mirror or two
Inside, strategic reflection with mirrors is particularly popular within narrow rooms that need to appear wider. For example, adding mirrors to wardrobe doors is a fool proof way to visually expand a bijou bedroom space.
2. Revive your conservatory
There’s no doubt an aging conservatory will drastically impact upon your home’s kerb appeal. Polycarbonate conservatories are particularly uninviting. However, there is hope in the form of modern conservatory roof replacements. Offering a wide range of benefits, including better insulation and noise control, there are four main types of conservatory roofs to consider to make your house more attractive;
3. Refresh your windows and doors
Cracked, peeling, and misty windows and doors are a big turn-off. Able to truly regenerate tired property exteriors, more and more homeowners are reaping the benefits of replacing all their windows and doors at once. It can’t be denied that an attractive home is a consistent home, so matching your new windows and doors to begin with will make your home feel much more cohesive. With over 150+ RAL colours and a number of authentic woodgrain effects to choose from, as well as a wide range of decorative glazing options, dual colour frames (one colour on the inside frame, another on the exterior) are also available for most of our window and door styles to really unite interior and exterior aesthetics.
Inside, if you’ve recently updated your window frames already, add the wow factor by dressing your new windows with colourful printed curtains or drapes. Provocative curtain and blind trends for 2022 include plush velvet curtains, printed textiles inspired by nature, ‘Cottagecore’ country-inspired prints in neutral hues, teal ombre curtains and blinds, and sustainable window coverings.
4. Add a gorgeous garden room
Glorious garden rooms have overtaken conservatories in the popularity stakes and it’s not hard to see why! Taking just 2-3 days to install, the difference is that garden rooms standalone from the existing house rather than connecting to it. Providing a sleek and contemporary look, a modern garden room gives you a luxury ‘home away from home’ without having to go anywhere, whilst adding a chic, unforgettable twist to the property.
At Wolverhampton Glass, you can customise your new garden room with 6 premium cladding colour options, 4 beautiful brick options, and the choice of a pitched or flat roof to complement your home’s unique character.
5. Roof lantern kitchen extension
Extending the kitchen has become a particularly fashionable option for creating extra space within smaller kitchen areas. Able to add considerable value, kitchen extensions are the perfect alternative for families in need of more space who don’t have the inclination or the funds to move. Combined with an attractive roof lantern, creating a striking architectural focal point with swathes of natural light is easy.
Impressive home improvement solutions in Wolverhampton & the Midlands
No matter your taste, property style, or budget, making your house easier on the eye is our number one priority. So, if you like the idea of your home being the envy of your neighbours, visit our showroom, contact us online, or give our team of experts a call on 01902 773831 to learn more about our fantastic range of home improvement products.