The quality of your home shouldn’t be something you feel you have to settle on. After all, it’s not just where you live, but also your safe place; your comfort zone that you are meant to look forward to returning to, especially if you’ve had a particularly testing day. That’s why we believe it is of the absolute greatest importance that you be able to maximise the potential of your domicile, so that you may, in turn, maximise the level of enjoyment you can take from it. With that in mind, we have taken the liberty of compiling a list of four home improvements that you can implement to help you get the best out of your property.

New Doors

A door isn’t just an entry point into your home. It is also a greeting point for yourself, or any visitors you may have, that can instil a great sense of inviting relief and relaxation by simply walking up to it before you’ve even gripped the handle. You, of course, have many options for what kind of front or back door you would like to upgrade your home with but when it comes to being: contemporary, functional, and creating a great sense of space you will be hard pressed to do better than a sleek set of bi-fold or patio doors.

Fresh Paint

Freshening up your home and making it more inviting doesn’t need to feel like a mountain of a task. You can really brighten a room up and create a happier atmosphere with a fresh coat of more vibrant paint. Old, outdated wallpaper starting to peel in the corners of your lounge? Get it stripped off and splash a nice calming coat of white paint to create a brighter sense of space!

New Carpet

In the same vein, it may be time for you to pull up that tired carpet in your bedroom or hallway and put down something more inviting for your bare feet to walk on during those lazy Sunday mornings. Of course there can be a lot of questions when it comes to picking out a new carpet (especially if you’re finding one to go with those newly repainted walls) so it’s best to try and consider as many practicality questions as you do style like colour, material, ease of maintenance, and cost.

A New Lantern Roof

Lastly, and maybe the most stylishly impressive of all these suggestions, is installing a lantern roof. Not only do lantern roofs look aesthetically pleasing to see when viewing the outside of your home but they naturally help aid in making your living space feel brighter, more open and have the potential to offer excellent star gazing opportunities by giving you a direct sight line into the night sky.

There you have it, by following a few (or even all) of these tips, you’re bound to transform your home into a place that you’ll never want to leave!

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  1. The first photograph is certainly a great example of how bi-fold doors are perfect for linking the indoors with the outdoors. For most of the year (especially in the UK!) they’ll be closed, but when they are they allow the maximum amount of light in, and are more flexible and contemporary than patio doors. During the summer months, they can seamlessly link a room with often-generous patio spaces, as shown here, which is great for a mixture of indoor and outdoor entertaining. Not sure if it was a deliberate choice, but the furniture here also has quite a natural look, which will help the flow of indoors to outdoors when those lovely bi-folds are thrown open.

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