Seven Popular Renovation Trends In 2021

There has been an incredible shift all of the world in day-to-day operations. There have been businesses that have come to an end, as well as daily commutes that were no longer needed, plus schools prompting parents to do their part with schoolwork and vacations that were all that home and served as some type of therapy. The therapy may have been landscaping, decorating, or even doing home improvement projects, and these have become trends that we are all experiencing for 2021 Reno projects.

How to get a room a new life

Recreational rooms and those designed for entertainment have become very popular, beginning to supersede traditional makeovers, and this has been going on for up to nine months. As the pandemic continues to move forward, people are beginning to become more cognizant of the available space in their home. Double glazing in Surrey offers locals the choice of allowing in the outside, without hearing outside disturbances.

Work from home sanctuaries

There are so many workers that are taking up remote positions as a result of the pandemic, and it’s likely going to continue to trend in this direction, whether that is through the transition of bedrooms and two offices or home office structures that will become normal in our households every day.

Multigenerational households are now thing

“Many of the major markets have seen an emerging trend that is focused upon purposefully designed multigenerational homes that have two separate homes under one specific area,” says Christian. “This is not just about the dynamic of the family, but about the ability of homeowners to find a way to monetize their activities and this could be in the form of airB&B leasing or long-term rentals.”

How to incorporate green solutions

“The electoral college has confirmed once and for all that Joe Biden is now the president, and I think that we are going to move toward more green initiatives that were simply not the focus of the previous government. Whether this is focusing on rainwater, solar power, or other forms of green energy, there should now be incentives for property owners to do HVAC upgrades, install more insulation, and this is going to lead to more work for people that are going to participate in these residential and commercial renovation industries,” says Christian.

Extending what is indoors to the outside

Comfortable outdoor living spaces have now become extensions of what we are doing indoors in 2021 blend home renovations are completed, not just in areas where the climate is warmer. When you are designing this flow between the indoors and outdoors, you can target features such as folding glass doors, or large sliding doors, and these are the perfect option for people that will be going both inside and outside regularly.

Creating a bathroom oasis

Have you ever used your bathroom as a way of escaping the world around you? Those that are at Houzz have mentioned that this is trending, and with the proper features, bathrooms can actually help you reduce your stress levels. According to their latest study, featured back in 2020, two and five homeowners who have done a master bathroom remodeling project say that they are much more relaxed when they are there.

Getting larger with new tiles

After all, most of our time is now being spent at home, so why not make upgrades that are focused on home Reno trends. If you are able to install large tiles that can effectively and visually expand any small space, this is going to be helpful according to Houzz professionals, and this is continuing to trend in an upward direction. There is one other bonus of a trend: fewer grout lines in between your tiles means you will not have to clean them as often and there will be far less cluttered. We are seeing that bigger tiles, used in classical patterns, are used more and more such as those with brick, stacked, or herringbone designs.