Whether you just moved into a new apartment or have been living in your apartment for a while now, a good apartment renovation project is a great way to personalize your space. And if this is something you have been thinking about, here at Ascension General Contractors, we have some ideas on apartment renovations you should consider before starting a project.
An outdated kitchen can really affect the overall look and feel of an apartment. Consider replacing knobs, repainting cabinets, or adding a backsplash to make your kitchen look newer. Adding adhesive hooks to the insides of your kitchen cabinets is also a great option if you are looking for more storage space in a smaller apartment.
Bathroom renovations are the most common because it is a room that typically has more wear and tear. To give your bathroom a new look, try replacing or relocating fixtures, refinishing old bathroom tile, or adding shelving for more space to store towels, toiletries, and other necessities.
Poor lighting is a common issue with apartments and can really make an apartment seem smaller. Consider swapping out overhead lighting fixtures or adding a few lamps to brighten up your apartment and help it to feel more spacious and comfortable.
Proper storage can make a huge difference in apartments with limited space. Try adding floating shelving or hidden storage for throws, books, or other items to unlock more space in your apartment. For some more creative ideas on adding more storage in small spaces, check out this article.
Old hardwood floors or linoleum tile can make your whole apartment feel a little outdated. Upgrading your flooring is a great way to make your whole apartment feel brand new and is bound to make a big difference. Consider refinishing hardwood floors or replacing any old linoleum to give your whole apartment an upgrade.
All of us at Ascension General Contractors are here to help you make all of your apartment renovation dreams a reality. We are full-service repair specialists, and proud to serve the Nashville community as general contractors.
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