4 Questions to Ask Yourself to Ensure Your Whole Home Remodel is a Success

Whole home remodels let you transform your existing house into a home that offers the maximum in beauty and functionality – if they’re done correctly.

Unlike planning a kitchen update or bathroom redo, whole home remodels require you to take into consideration every aspect of your home. There are a lot of choices to weigh and decisions to make. Ask yourself these four to maximize your investment while increasing the functionality of your space. 

What are your goals for your whole home remodel?

What’s your life like? Do you work long hours and want upkeep to be as simple as possible? Do you love to host dinner parties and dream of having a large entertaining space? Are you looking for a space filled with bright energy or one that offers a sense of calm?

Which aspects of your current home do you love and/or hate?

A “whole” home remodel doesn’t necessarily mean you have to gut every aspect of your home. If there is a feature you love, it can be saved and incorporated into your update. Conversely, if there’s something you hate – make sure to talk to your designer about it. This will help give them an idea of what doesn’t work for you.

Will you be welcoming anyone else into your home?

Whether your family intends to grow with a fur baby or a real baby, you’ll want to make sure there’s adequate space for them. This might mean rethinking the bedroom, creating a built-in kennel or adding a playroom.

Do you plan to work from home?

Working from home can be an incredible luxury. It can also be a headache-inducing dilemma if you don’t have the adequate space to do so. For some folks, the kitchen table, smack in the middle of daily chaos, is just fine. Others need a dedicated workspace to be productive. If you count yourself among the latter, make sure to incorporate an office into your update.

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