From Dull to Delightful: Stunning Home Renovation Projects

If you're looking to update your home, renovations can be incredibly satisfying and rewarding. But they can also be overwhelming if you don't know where to start! Here's a list of ideas for how to get started on your next renovation: 

Adding an outdoor living area:

It’s best to buy property through a good real estate agent so that you don’t have to spend much on renovations but if you still want to add your taste then try adding an outdoor living area which can be a great way to make your home more enjoyable. You can use this space to relax, entertain and enjoy the fresh air. It might include a deck, patio or balcony; a fire pit (or even just some candles), hot tub or grill; dining sets and lounge chairs.

Creating a master suite retreat:

You have a lot on your plate, with kids, work and other responsibilities. A master suite retreat is the perfect place to unwind and get away from it all. It should be separate from the rest of the house so that you can have some privacy when you need it most. The bathroom should be separate too--no one wants to share a bathroom with their significant other!

The possibilities are endless when it comes to creating this space: maybe you'll want an extra-large tub or shower; perhaps there will be plenty of room for two sinks; or maybe even an outdoor area where you can relax by yourself while still enjoying views of nature (and being able to see out). Whatever direction your imagination takes you in terms of design elements or function choices like flooring materials (wooden floors go well together with many different styles), lighting fixtures etc., make sure they're comfortable enough so that guests feel welcome without feeling overwhelmed by them either.

Upgrading the landscaping:

If you're considering a major landscaping project, it's best to start planning ahead. The right landscape can be an excellent addition to your home and add value. But if you're not careful with your design choices, you may end up spending more money than necessary on plants that won't thrive in your climate or soil conditions.

To get started with your own landscaping efforts:

  • Find out what kinds of plants are native to your area so they'll be able to grow on their own without much care from you (or anyone else).
  • Look into hiring a professional landscaper who can help pick out the right plants based on the amount of sunlight each one needs or whether it needs full sun exposure versus partial shade during certain times of year (like winter).

Installing a luxury bath:

The bathroom is the most important room in your home. It's where you start and end your day, it's a place of relaxation, rejuvenation and personal hygiene. In short: it's where we spend a lot of time taking care of ourselves. So if you're looking for an easy way to make a big impact on how people perceive your home--and yourself--a luxury bath is worth considering!

With this project, think about what makes sense for your lifestyle and budget. You could go all out with marble floors or install an elaborate rain shower head; but if those things aren't within reach right now (or even remotely appealing), there are plenty of other ways to upgrade what was once just an ordinary bathroom into something truly special without breaking the bank.

Add some new flooring:

Flooring is one of the most important elements of a home. It can make or break the look and feel of a room, so it's worth spending some time researching before you buy. There are many different types of flooring available, from wood to tile to vinyl--and beyond! You can have them installed with the help of tile installers. You can also find inspiration for your new flooring online by searching for images of rooms with similar styles and layout as yours, then comparing how they've incorporated different materials into their design plans.

Upgrade the lighting:

Lighting is a simple and affordable way to improve the look and feel of your home. It can be as simple as changing out your light fixtures, or it could mean adding new windows and skylights. Whatever you choose, think about how much light you need, how much light you want, and what kind of light would best suit your space.

Bring in some furniture:

Furniture can be a great way to add some style and personality to your home. But it can also be expensive, so you'll want to consider the following:

  • Buy used furniture. If you're looking for something specific, like an antique desk or chair, this is probably the best option because it'll save you money while still giving off an elegant vibe (and who knows? You might find something that's worth more than what they're asking). Just make sure that whatever piece of furniture is in good condition before making an offer on it!
  • Shop at discount stores like Ikea or Target for affordable options that still look nice enough for people who don't know about DIY projects like building their own tables out of pallets (if this sounds familiar). You should also check out local thrift shops--they often have great deals on pieces from previous generations' homes but with updated finishes so they don't look too dated when put together.

Create a backyard oasis:

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Backyards are a great place to relax, enjoy the weather and get away from it all. But if you're stuck with an ugly backyard, it can be hard to feel relaxed or thrilled about spending time in your own space. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to make your outdoor area more inviting and enjoyable.

Here are some tips for creating a backyard oasis:

  • Start by considering how much time you want to spend in your backyard; what activities do you plan on doing there? You may want a small patio for entertaining or an expansive lawn for playing games with friends and family members. Think about what activities would best suit the size of your space based on how much time they require (for example if you'd like kids' play equipment).
  • Once those details have been sorted out consider adding lighting around the perimeter of where people will be standing/sitting so they can see each other clearly while still enjoying nature's beauty around them without straining their eyesight too much! Remember also that certain areas may need additional lighting depending on which direction they face due towards either sunrise/sunset times etcetera...

Kitchen Remodeling:

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Kitchen remodeling is one of the most popular home renovation projects. It's not just because kitchens are often a central part of a home, but also because they can be a great way to add value to your property and make it more functional.

If you're thinking about updating your kitchen or if you already have plans in progress, here are seven ways that kitchen renovations will benefit your life:

  • They'll help sell your house faster. When people are searching for homes online, they often look at pictures of kitchens first. A stunning new kitchen could attract potential buyers who wouldn't otherwise consider buying yours--and this could lead to offers sooner than expected!
  • They'll increase resale value when it comes time for another sale down the road (or even just renting out). The average homeowner spends over $20k on their kitchens every decade; therefore, investing money now will save money later--especially if/when someone else buys/rents from us!


Upstairs, Downstairs and More:

There are many ways to make your home more welcoming and livable, but the first step is getting an idea of what you want. There are a few different ways to approach this:

  • Think about what you need. What rooms do you use most often? Do you have any favourite spots in the house that need some extra attention? What would make those rooms even better for entertaining or relaxing?
  • Think about how much space there is. Do you live in a small apartment where every inch counts, or do you have plenty of room for guests when they come over (or even just for yourself!) If so, consider making some upgrades that will allow the space to feel larger than it really is--don't worry if they're not permanent! There are plenty of inexpensive ways to add on without breaking the bank (like bookshelves).

New Additions:

Adding a new room is one of the most popular home renovation projects. You can use this space to create additional bedrooms or bathrooms, or even a home office. If you're looking for more living space in your home, consider adding an addition that connects two existing rooms together. This will give you more privacy and make it easier for everyone to gather around when they want to watch TV together or play games on their phones!


If you've ever thought about renovating your home, now is the time! A little bit of renovation can go a long way towards making your house feel like a new place. Whether it's adding an outdoor living area or upgrading the lighting in an existing room, these projects are easy enough for anyone to tackle--and they'll make all the difference when it comes time for guests to see what kind of magical things can happen when creativity meets determination!

Are you wanting to renovated but not sure where to start? The Liberty Interior Design team are experts in home design, planning, project management and execution. We can provide you with a beautiful rendering of your space and we know you will enjoy the process when you have us on your side. Ready to learn more? Contact Us today!