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10 Old Home Makeover Ideas

Some people live in an old house. It can be because they seek the traditional ambiance, or they have no choice but dwelling in it due to the affordable price.
Whatever the reason is an old house can be as homey as the contemporary one if you refurbish it properly.
If you are now looking for some great ideas to overhaul your old house, you’d better check these next 10 old home makeover ideas that will not only bring visual appeal, but also ultimate comfort to it.

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10. Add More Colors

10 Add More Colors via simphomeOne of the most ubiquitous problems faced by an old house is the weathered and dated colors which make the interior look like a scene of a horror movie. To overcome this problem, you need to repaint the walls and add more patterns to the room.
For instance, this bedroom used to be horrible and spooky. However, the pops of colors have banished the scary look. The white wall and ceiling are paired with turquoise wall to bring the tranquility in.

A white wallpaper with turquoise pattern hangs behind the headboard, making a perfect accent wall that pulls the color elements of the walls. A mustard throw and colorful rug are the icing on the cake.

9. Incorporate More Textures

9 Incorporate More Textures via simphomeAfter painting the walls in your bedroom, you can try to incorporate textural elements and art work in it, just like this bedroom.
The white bedding is fastidiously designed to add a little bit of rough texture on your bed. The velvet and furry pillowcases balance it by providing the soft textures. A navy-blue throw lies on the bed, matching the furry pillowcase well. The rug lying on the floor offers another textural element that soothes your feet well.
Next, two teal table lamps provide an artistic look to the bedroom as well as anchoring the bed. Lastly, A nature-themed painting hangs over the headboard, creating a beautiful focal point.

8. Conceal the Flaws

8 Conceal the Flaws via simphomeThe peeled wallpaper or paint is what you usually see in an old house. And it is so irritating that you wish you didn’t have to see this. Well, if you don’t want to see it, just hide it away.
There are many things that you can do to hide the flaws away. You can hang a wallpaper or cover the flaws with paneling, just like this bedroom.
The green wainscoting paneling is installed in an unusual way, creating an aesthetic look in your bedroom which complement the mid-century modern style. To kick it up a notch, two planters hang in front of the paneling.

7. Reface your Kitchen Cabinets

7 Reface the Kitchen Cabinets via simphomeAs your house gets old, the furniture does too. When you walk into your kitchen, you will find outdated kitchen cabinets that need to be refaced soon. Refacing your kitchen cabinets is an instant way to upgrade your old kitchen.
You can reface your kitchen cabinets by attaching wood veneer or paint them. The latter one is the most common and also easiest way to give your kitchen a face-lift. For this idea, you only need to remove the doors and hardware from the cabinets, sand them down if it is necessary, and apply a few coats of paint.

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6. Replace your Countertop
6 Replace the Countertop via simphomeAfter painting the cabinets to get a new look, you may want to try replacing your counter-top. Replacing the countertop may not be as noticeable as refacing the cabinets, but it’s worth trying as it adds a little bit of nuance to your kitchen.
This kitchen, for example, used to have butcher-block countertop that offers the charm of a traditional look. And now, the butcherblock countertop has been replaced with granite counter-top for a more luxurious look.

5. Replace your Fixtures

5 Replace the Fixtures via simphomeCheck your kitchen sink, stoves, and oven in your kitchen. Sometimes they don’t work well as they used to do. Besides, you may find that they are no longer appealing. It means it’s time for you replace them with the new ones.
The idea for example. This kitchen looks more appealing after the homeowner ditched the upper cabinets and painted the lower one’s navy blue. He also ripped the bar off to give more space to the kitchen. More importantly, he replaced the stoves and oven with the new ones that perform and look better. And lastly, He replaced the old sink with a white apron sink for a more vintage look.

4. Give a Little Bit of Modern-Farmhouse Touch to Your Old Bathroom

4 Give a Little Bit of Modern Farmhouse Touch to Your Old Bathroom via simphomeChanging the style of your bathroom can definitely renew its look, just like what happened to this bathroom. It used to have pink walls and white vanity. To refresh the look, the homeowner decided to paint the wall soft green that goes really well with the white closet and tiles, and the grey vanity.
She has also improved the vanity look by painting it grey and replacing the drawer pulls with bronze cup pulls to accentuate the modern farmhouse style. She also dressed up the mirror by installing a wooden frame.
Next, two floating wood shelves hang over the closet to provide additional storage space and a shower curtain that hides mess in the bathtub.

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3. Replace Your Bathroom Vanity and Tiles

3 Replace the Vanity and Tiles of Your Bathroom via simphomeWhen it comes to a bathroom, the first thing that grab your attention is the vanity. Therefore, adding a twist or even replacing your bathroom vanity can mean the world. If you are tight in budget, you can just tweak your vanity a little bit by repainting it, and replace the knobs and pulls.
If your bathroom is kind of undersized, try painting the wall crisp white and laying the tiles in a herringbone pattern. This bathroom looks amazing with the new vanity and wood tiles that bring the organic look into the space. The tiles are arranged in a herringbone pattern. it makes the bathroom look more spacious and it leads us to our next point.

2. Repaint the Exterior and Fix your Roof

2 Repaint the Exterior and Fix the Roof via simphomeOftentimes an old house looks frightening from the outside which makes your neighbors and friends feel reluctant to drop by. You can turn your old house into a fascinating place by painting your exterior.
Yes! Painting is the instant way to get a new look. However, sometimes it’s not enough. In a special occasion, you will also need to fix the friable posts, porch, and replace your weathered roof too.

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Lastly Number 1, Accentuate your Entrance

1 Accentuate the Entrance via simphomeYour exterior is the first thing that passers-by will notice. Therefore, give the exterior of your old house new curb appeal and ditch the spooky look that can give anyone goose bumps.
To achieve this goal, first, mow your lawn. Second, grow boxwood or shrubs along the walkway to your front door. Next, to dress up your entrance, flank your front door with planters and sconces.
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Lastly, during special event, you can also hang a wreath on your door to welcome any guests interested to interact with you and your family members.
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So, doing an old home makeover may take time and energy, but it’s worth trying as you will be amazed with the new look of your house. And, of course, it will add value to your old property.

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