When you rent out a single-family home, you do not have to worry about furnishing anything. You can provide the basic appliances to tenants and let them handle everything else. But, running a vacation rental means that you will be responsible for furnishing and decorating the home. If you have a basic vacation rental without much thought put into the decorations, you may feel as if you are missing out on potential guests because your rental lacks appeal.
- If your kitchen is the place where you spend a majority of your time and you like to entertain, updating and making changes will help you enjoy the space and make a good investment. If you want to get some new materials throughout the space but you worry about budget, there are great looking materials that don't cost a lot. If you can keep your current cabinets and paint or stain them, this saves a lot of money.
- Do you feel as though the furniture and accessories inside of your home are boring? Perhaps you are overwhelmed and feel like you own too much "stuff." If so, the following points can get you on your way to changing the appearance of your living space. Re-purpose items. You likely have a few items around your home that can be repurposed to create a new look. For example, you could use lawn care items that have been gently or never used to create an interesting look in a room.
- If you are having a difficult time selling your house and your realtor thinks that it may be the furniture or style of décor, consider hiring interior designers to stage the property. There are many benefits to doing this, and you may be surprised at the results. If there have already been a lot of people through your house you may want to have your realtor take it off the MLS, and then have new pictures of the property taken.
- If you're in the market for hardwood flooring, you're making a great choice. Not only are hardwood floors beautiful and elegant in their appearance, they're also the preferred choice for homebuyers. However, because it can sometimes cost more than $1300 dollars to install 120 square feet of hardwood flooring, you may think these desirable floors are outside of your budget. Instead of living with floors that are less than what you want, use these tips to learn more about how to get hardwood floors installed without breaking the bank.