Interior designers recommend updating a room's decor every five to 10 years. That being said, the winter season is the perfect time of year to update the room you just haven't gotten around to making upgrades to just yet. There are plenty of opportunities to snag great deals on hope decor of all kinds, and if you start now, you can plan and carry out all of your home improvement plans prior to the start of the busy spring season. With that in mind, here are just a few ideas to consider for your winter home improvement project.
Peel and Stick Planks For Your Wall
First and foremost, peel and stick planks for your wall are an easy and low-budget way to add a distinct level of class and sophistication to any living area. Peel and stick planks are incredibly easy to install, and they'll last for years with proper care. Their engineered hardwoods goes with almost any existing decor or design, making them versatile for virtually any arrangement.
Sure, you can paint during any time of year, but painting during the winter helps to keep the mind busy and prevent you from getting bored. You'll want to make sure you plan properly, of course; you don't want to go slapping the paint on the wall at random. More than one-third of respondents in a 2017 Interior Design Trends survey said they would choose a neutral color palette when redecorating their home, but autumn shades like red and burgundy are definitely 'in' right now, making them popular hues for almost any room. One word of caution: if you're painting a room during the winter, you'll want to have a series of fans available to ventilate the room, since you may not be able to keep all of the windows open.
Finally, investing in new flooring during the winter season can help to bring any room to life. Whether you're transition from linoleum to carpeting or even upgrading to hardwood flooring, any new floor will rejuvenate the existing space and the overall look of your home.
There are currently over 14 billion home looks on Pinterest -- a category that has grown 75% since 2017. But don't be afraid to experiment throughout the winter season in order to find the home looks that suit you best. For more information about peel and stick wood wall planks, contact Wall Planks.