Prepare Your Residence For New Tenants
Whitewashed walls that lack paintings or decorations could make your living quarters seem cold and unwelcoming. If you plan on renting out a couple extra bedrooms, repainting your home's interior and investing in some adornments that can be displayed in each room may seem welcoming to an individual who is interested in becoming your tenant.
Choose a Paint Type And Color
The light color of the walls could be contributing to how dirty each room in your home looks. Slight imperfections in the plaster or the wooden beams that surround the walls could be visible and this may give the illusion of an unkempt surface that hasn't been tended to in years. New paint will provide each room a virtual facelift and may inspire you to use a distinct decorating theme that will complement nicely with the fresh paint. Decide if you want the paint to have a flat or glossy appearance. For an upgrade that is subtle, yet pleasing to the eyes, choose a neutral tone of paint. For a more noticeable difference in each room, choose a bold color of paint that will be complementary to the fabric styles and colors that adorn your furnishings or the floor coverings. If you do not wish to select a single color for each room and would like to block or border the painted sections, use wallpaper or self-adhesive coverings to section off specific parts of each wall. For instance, if you want to promote a farmhouse theme in your kitchen, you could choose a beige or yellow paint color and use paper that contains a country style theme to accent the top or the bottom of each wall.
Hire a Crew And Perform Some Upgrades
Purchase the paint and paper that is going to be used in each room and hire professional residential interior painting painters to complete the upgrades. Before the project begins, choose which room you would like to be completed first. You may want to tackle the spare bedrooms first and complete the decorating in each one before moving onto the parts of your home that you spend time in each day.
This will minimize disruptions to your routine and will provide plenty of time for you to move furnishings and personal possessions that could keep the project from being completed. Buy matching lamps, floral flower baskets, framed watercolor paintings, and ceramic decorations to enhance the beauty of each room and to add an artistic touch to your home's interior.