1 | The kitchen
The most popular renovation is in your kitchen (and will probably be for the foreseeable future). Kitchens have become the focal point of homes everywhere. You can greatly improve the quality and value of your home by first renovating this room. There are numerous ways to improve your kitchen, so consider updating the style of your cabinets, adding an island, upgrading to stone countertops, and backsplashing new tiles.
2 | Basements
Most basements are incomplete in the construction of new homes. Often there are only exterior walls built for insulation purposes and mechanical rooms. Renovating your basement is a great way to expand your living space in your home. Consider adding an entertainment room, guest bedroom, bathroom or even a wine room! Our design team will be happy to renovate your basement the way you want.
3 | Bathrooms / Insights
Like the kitchen, the bathroom style changes every two years and if you still have carpet in your bathroom, you should renovate! Showers nowadays come in a variety of styles. Tile based, glass door showers look very beautiful. Upgrading your toilet can improve your home’s water efficiency. Consider upgrading to a contemporary vanity with stone countertops, modern style sinks and new faucets / fixtures.
4 | Bedroom
It is a private and personal space in your home. Why not renovate your bedroom to best suit your comfort needs? Consider built-in shelving and storage cabinets, walk-in closets, or an insight. Extending the square footage of the room will give you a little extra space to facilitate accessibility. Combining the “Jack and Jill” bathroom between the two bedrooms is great for people with kids.
5 | Closet
We don’t often think of renovating closets, but simple fixes can improve storage. Cabinets come in a variety of styles. Walk-in closets can be tailored to your apparel and jewelry. Adding a walk-in closet to your master bedroom will make life easier. The hallway and foyer closet can be modified with built-in shelving and cabinetry with coats, shoes and all your linen storage needs.
Honorable mention – Outdoor Living Space
Well, fairly, this isn’t exactly a “room”, but we want to include it because the area’s popularity is slipping off the charts when it comes to home exterior improvements. Consider an outdoor overhead gas heater (imagine those cold Calgary and Edmonton winters, unless you’re cozy on your warm deck), stunning kayu decking, with modern glass railings, and even an outdoor television set!