Are you afraid of large projects such as remodeling your home or a part of it because it consumes a large amount of money? Actually, it needs a clear plan for your needs, the condition of your home, and the available budget in addition to making use of such a list of dos and don’ts by Tammy Randall.
At the first stage of your home remodel, you should keep everything clear and don’t delay any decision. You can decide if the project will include refreshing a few surfaces or changing the overall look of the place. Accordingly, you will decide if you will do the project yourself or hire a professional to do the work.
If you will hire a professional, try to define the start and finishing dates, the cost of the project, the way of payment, the exact changes you need to create, and the ways and times of communication.
Even if you will create a total remodel in your home, you can “save your individual flair for furnishings” according to Tammy Randall. You can strip the old flair features such as decorated wall panels and floor and paint them new colors to blend with your newly remodeled home.
Tammy loves the streamlined designs, but you can create a mid-century look- for example- using chrome and leather chairs and painted raised panels in a home without architectural details. Tammy recommends installing new and energy efficient, aesthetic, and safe windows whenever you decide to remodel your home.
If you have the professional skills to do the remodeling project yourself, don’t hesitate to consult a professional whenever you need to avoid troubles. When you purchase new furniture pieces or artworks, try to consider the color and scale before you bring them home to be amazed with the results. The following pictures from Tammy Randall projects can inspire you to remodel your home professionally.