Give Your Home a Timeless Look With These Remodeling Tips

Following trends can be exciting when you’re doing your first few home improvements. However, the problem with trends is they can become outdated all too quickly. Gearing your remodeling plans towards a timeless look will help your home stand the test of time. In today’s post, local home remodeler DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler shares tips on getting a timeless look for your home.

Embrace Your Home’s Architectural Style

It may sound counterintuitive, but there is a reason why traditional architectural styles are still widely used today — it’s because they stood the test of time. If your home is designed after a particular style, you’ll get better results if you keep it tastefully authentic instead of changing things up and giving it the “now” look.

Show Off Natural Materials and Finishes 

Since they’re found in nature, materials like bricks, stone and wood are always pleasing to the eye, no matter the home style or color palette. While such materials can be added during an interior remodeling project, you might not need to: your home may already have them. Wood flooring is hidden under carpeting and brickwork covered by plaster are good examples, and it would be a missed opportunity if you don’t utilize them.

Choose a Neutral Color Palette

Neutral colors like beige, white and gray can sound boring when used as a base color palette. However, like traditional architecture, neutral colors stand the test of time. They’re like a blank canvas that adapts to anything that they’re with, which makes them perfect for homeowners who often change their interior decor.

Let the Sunshine In

Natural light creates a warm and uplifting look that can’t be replicated with any light fixture, and a complete home remodel is a great opportunity to address areas that may be lacking illumination. Large windows, patio doors, skylights, vaulted ceilings, knocking down light-blocking walls — some or all of these can be used to create a look that contributes to a timeless feel. Natural light also has other benefits, including energy savings and promoting healthy amounts of sleep, that make it a feature worth including in your home remodeling plans.

Let’s Start a Conversation!

Searching online for a “contractor near me“? Look no further — DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler offers a wide range of professional remodeling services! Get started with a no-obligation consultation by giving us a call at (903) 255-7111 or by contacting us online. We serve homeowners in Tyler, Swan, New Chapel Hill, Whitehouse and Noonday, as well as the surrounding communities in Douglas, Arp, Troup, Bullard and Flint.

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