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3 Remodeling Projects That Make a Big Impact


Want to make a striking difference to your home? Maybe you’ve just moved in and you’re looking for a way to make it your own, or maybe you’ve lived there for years and you need a change of scenery or function. There are plenty of small projects you can do that can add up to big changes. In fact, sometimes it’s the smaller projects that cleverly draw the eye and make the greatest impact. If you really want to make a splash with your remodeling, here are a few of the projects you might take on.


Add a Fireplace

A fireplace is actually a reasonably small project, but it has a large impact on your home. A fireplace can class up a room, drawing the eye to it. It even adds a little bit of storage space, since you can place small items on the mantle. It can add a timeless quality to a modern room or add ambiance to a warm, classic room. If you need a small project that makes a big difference, this is the one for you.

Kitchen Backsplash

Before repainting the kitchen and all of the cabinets, consider changing the backsplash. Your eyes often focus on the backsplash, so a change there could change your entire perspective on the room. You can find an attractive tile or mosaic backsplash or you can opt for something fun and modern. For instance, magnetic backsplashes and pegboard backsplashes are both creative solutions to adding both extra storage and style to your kitchen.

Additional Bathroom

If your home has just one bathroom and you have more than one person living there, you may find yourself wishing for more as time goes on. Even when living on your own, if there’s an issue in one bathroom, you want to have an escape to another. That’s why it’s often a worthwhile investment to add another bathroom to your home or even a half-bathroom. It allows for a more peaceful living situation and it’s more accommodating to guests.Interested in making a big impact in your home this winter or going into the new year? Contact MBC Remodeling today for more information or a free estimate.


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