Top Five Home Renovations for Your Family


Families of all sizes have very specific requirements with their homes. Every home that houses a family – a couple, one kid, eight kids, and more – they all have one thing in common. They need to be able to take the beating, and they need to allow your family to grow. All homes can have this capability, but you need to improve your property with busy living in mind. That is why all families need to look at investing in these top five home renovations: 


Upgrade Your Windows


A connection to nature is a proven way to relax and regenerate. A walk in the park or an open garden out back that invites nature right into your home are both great ways to see this happen. 

If your home currently has small, tiny little windows that barely let in any light, then this needs to change. Not only is that connection to nature important, so too is natural light. It helps regulate our circadian rhythms, boosts our brainpower, and generally helps promote wellbeing and mental health (especially in darker winter months). 

So, you have two benefits working for you – a connection to nature and increased access to light 

But they will both have two different approaches. To increase light, especially in bedrooms, you may need to cut larger holes in your home for new windows. To open up your home into your back yard, you are going to need something bigger, like frameless sliding glass doors that let that light in and open up in summer to make your home a garden oasis. 

A Bathroom That Can Handle Your Whole Family 


Family bathrooms are a mess. They see multiple bodies every day and have a lot to hold. Not only will you want extra storage space, but you are also going to want to subsection everything, including the drawers so that toiletries are better stored, and everyone has their space. 

A Laundry Room Fit for Purpose 


Your laundry room or space needs to do more than have extra shelves. It needs to be ready for heavy-duty loads. More than that, it needs to help you be healthy. It is in the best interest of your family, clothes, and the environment, for example, to dry your clothes with the drying machine less. Instead, install wall-mounted hanging lines so that you can let delicates, knits, jeans, and other items that shouldn’t be dried in a machine air dry naturally. 


A Kitchen to Feed Many Hungry Bellies 


A working kitchen needs to have smart storage solutions within all of its cupboards. It also needs plenty of counter space and a hard-working dishwasher. If this doesn’t sound like your kitchen, then it’s time to renovate and improve it. When it comes to big-budget renovations, this is one worth saving for. 

Extra Bedrooms – Always a Must! 


Even if your home has one bedroom for every child, it never hurts to take advantage of your existing space. If you have an attic that can be converted into an extra room, do it. You can either have a guest bedroom, an office, crafts room, or just a better-insulated place to store items. What’s more, your home value goes up significantly the moment you add another bedroom. 


When it comes to renovating your home to improve your family’s life, you need to consider their health and how the house functions. These two are the most critical components of any happy home.


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  1. I have a lot of work that need to be done in the master bath. Afraid to spend much money right now though.

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