Summer is the season of entertaining guests with all those fun-filled garden parties and BBQs. First things first, you’ll want to get your home looking beautiful and feeling fresh. Perhaps you’re not sure where to start with your summer home revamps? For a few great ideas to begin, consider these five.
1. A garden makeover
Giving your garden a makeover means you’ll have a more beautiful space to relax in throughout the summer months. First off, you’ll need plenty of colorful summer flowers, to give your garden a zest of new life. Hyacinth Beans, Rudbeckias and Sunflowers are all perfect flowers for the summertime. Next, is your garden furniture looking a bit shabby? If so, it’s probably time to treat yourself to something new. In 2020, it’s all about large luxurious garden sofas in bold colours. Take the time to clean and re-paint your fences, or apply a wood stain if you prefer the natural- wood look.
2. Bifold doors
Bifold doors refer to the kind of doors which are made out panels, folding up (and out) in a concertina style. They are usually made out of glass and wood and have become incredibly popular over the last few years. Installing these doors at the back of the home means they open out onto the garden space, beautifully connecting the outside and inside. With Bifold doors, you’ll increase natural light and improve your view.
3. Air conditioning
Fans can only do so much for ventilation in the summer; a top-quality air conditioning system is the best way to cool your home. Air conditioning can help you to regulate the temperature of your home; ensure that you have a cool place to workout; and reduce the risk of allergens in the air. For a quality service, it’s best to choose one of the top hvac companies in your area.
4. Summer house
Adding a summer house to your garden is the perfect way to extend your living space. You’ll have a new space whether for entertaining or to use as an office. Summerhouses aren’t just great for practical use; they also increase the value of your home between 5 and 10%. In 2020, summer houses have become increasingly popular for people who are working remotely.
5. Colorful paint job
Last up, what could be more perfect for the summer than a brand new colourful paint job for your home. Start with your interior walls inside, and don’t forget your front door and your fences too. When you are choosing your colour schemes, think carefully about the atmosphere you are looking to create. Green symbolizes harmony and nature, which is ideal to create a relaxing home. Light blue is often associated with peace and tranquillity, and these are also great energies for the home. Don’t forget to use your personality to find your interior design style!
Summer is the best time to do all those outdoor jobs that we put off when it’s cold. Take this opportunity to fix your fences, inspect your roof, and scrub the outsides of your windows.