December 3, 2015 3:01 am
“There are great little improvements you can make to your home prior to the busy holiday season, without disrupting the house,” Kaminskiy says. For instance, “lighting by far is one of the most overlooked features to improving the character of a room.”
In addition to cleaning oft-neglected lighting fixtures, Kaminskiy recommends adding dimmers to enhance a holiday dinner party or capture the overall spirit of the season.
After addressing the lighting, Kaminskiy suggests focusing on the guest bathroom, which will be one of the most heavily trafficked rooms during the holidays. He advises applying a fresh coat of paint, removing old caulking from showers, windows and other sealed areas, and introducing holiday cheer with a festive set of hand towels or a bath mat.
Kaminskiy also proposes an upgrade in the kitchen—an island, if you don’t already have one. Adding one will not only provide more seating for holiday guests, but also offer more counter and storage space you can use throughout the year.
“For under $500, you can find a very attractive kitchen island that is mobile and extremely functional,” says Kaminskiy.
Source: Kaminskiy Home Remodeling
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