It’s where you spend the vast majority of your time, so it’s important that you feel happy where you live. Whether you’re trying to sell your house or just feel more comfortable in your home, here are three of the best projects to transform it.

Take on the kitchen

When it comes to your home, you might think you spend the most time in your living room. Unfortunately, life often doesn’t give us the chance to relax on the sofa in front of the television for hours every day. It’s far more likely that you’ll spend the majority of your time (apart from the hours you spend asleep in bed) in the kitchen. Whether it’s preparing meals or sorting out the laundry, it seems most of the daily chores revolve around this room. That’s why if you’re going to transform one room, you’ll get the most value for money if you spend the majority of your budget on the kitchen.

Every kitchen is shaped differently. That’s why it’s so important to make use of every single inch of space available. Sometimes if you choose to buy cabinets from a big high street retailer, you can only choose from a small range of cabinet sizes and could be left with a lot of unused space. Instead of relying on the big brands, find a kitchen provider who is able to design and build your cabinets around the space you have available. For example, for convenient kitchens Wolverhampton way, Dayrooms has been installing kitchens for over 32 years in the area. They can use this experience and attention to detail to make the most of any space.

Add a roof light

You might think that to make a room look lighter, you should paint it a different colour, change the wallpaper on some of the walls or even install spotlights or more lamps. Instead of trying to fake it with some clever trickery, why not make your room look lighter by simply letting in more light. Installing a roof light might seem like a big task, but it could be much simpler and more affordable than you might first imagine. Modern materials mean you can enjoy the natural sunlight from outside while not losing any of the heat of your radiators inside of the home. You could even find your home feels warmer during the cooler months without even needing to put the heating on.

Sort out your storage

No matter how big your home is, your belongings can sometimes make your house seem cramped and crowded. Luckily it doesn’t have to feel this way if you make the most of your storage space. Move anything you don’t use often up into the loft or into your garage. Then consider how to store the rest of your belongings so they’re out of the way when you don’t need them but easy to find as soon as you do need them. This could be anything from shelving, a locker or even stackable boxes. Whatever you choose, make sure you take full advantage of the height of any cupboard or room.

Three of the best projects to transform your home