Home renovations are on the rise. In this past year, people have been at home more than ever before and are more than ready to make some changes to the rooms they’ve spent a majority of their time in. If you’re ready to start your own renovations, we have some suggestions to keep in mind.
Ensure that your spaces are well-functioning. Function is more important now than ever as people are using spaces in their homes for multiple applications. A family room could double as a home learning area, and dining room tables have turned into office spaces. Keep this in mind as you are creating your plans. If you are turning your guest room into your home office, both serve different functions that need to be considered.
Storage is crucial to ensure your spaces can serve multiple purposes. Using cabinetry from leading brands like Merillat and Mid Continent will guarantee your space is stylish and practical at the same time. Whether it’s incorporating a bottom mount space for your trash can, a pullout cutting board, or a built-in container organizer, there are endless amounts of ways to make your cabinetry more efficient during a home renovation.
Not only should your space be functional, but it should also contain surfaces and materials that are easy to clean and hygienic – especially in kitchens and bathrooms. Quartz countertops are a great option to consider as they are easy to maintain and durable. Because of its nonporous surface, Corian® Quartz countertops resist the growth of mold, mildew, and bacteria. And with simple routine cleaning, they will last for years to come. If you are looking to update your countertops during your renovation, Corian® Quartz has over 40 beautiful colors that match any aesthetic.
Above all else, you want to make sure your space is as relaxing and comfortable as possible. After a long day, you want to be able to unwind and enjoy your home.
If you are doing a home renovation in the Metro Detroit area, feel free to stop by our showroom with your contractor to view samples and speak with our design team.