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How to Make Your Home Feel Like a Vacation Resort

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Do you find yourself counting down the days until your next vacation? Instead of having to go somewhere else, you can make your home feel like a luxurious resort without overspending.

How can you turn your humble abode into more of a vacation getaway? Try these clever home improvement tips and trends.

1. Upgrade Your Walls and Floors

Paint and new floors can transform any space in a flash. In fact, you could be one engineered hardwood or laminate floor installation away from turning your home into an ideal staycation resort.

To keep your budget in check, plan to freshen up the spaces you use most, which will probably include your kitchen and family room. Opt for paint colors that embody your ideal vacation, whether they are pastel beach tones or warm mountain cabin hues. Complement your new walls with floors that make you feel like you’re at the beach or in a rooftop apartment high above the city.

2. Pay Someone to Thoroughly Clean Your Home

When was the last time you were able to sanitize your house from top to bottom? Even if you know all the spring cleaning floor tricks for luxury vinyl tile or laminate, you probably can’t scrub them as much as you’d like. The answer to this problem is simple: Pay someone else to do the scouring.

The money that you spend on this gift to yourself will pay off. You will be able to spend your upcoming weekend doing things you love instead of cleaning, and your home will consistently smell and look fresh even if you’re busy with other tasks. Also, you can host get-togethers with your friends without the stress of cleaning in preparation.

3. Spruce up Your Unused Spaces

Like many homeowners, you probably tend to use only a few spaces in your home. One way to mimic a luxury home design is to add versatility and purpose to all areas.

For example, you could add a hammock or two to the backyard. Or, you could buy furniture to sit on your front porch in the morning with tea or coffee. You can take many creative avenues when turning unused places into much-loved spaces.

4. Add Plants and Artwork to Your Home

It’s incredible how adding plants can help a home feel like a staycation haven. When you bring nature into your house, you introduce an element of earthiness and life. Plus, you get the health boost of more greenery to help scrub and condition the air.

The right artwork can give your rooms and hallways a similar upgrade. Consider adding some oversized art that you found at a flea market, antique shop or your favorite retailer. Large, framed art tends to exude a sense of sophistication or whimsy.

5. Build a Fire Pit

A fire pit can transform your backyard space into a cozy hangout spot. As long as you have the room, you can build your fire pit fairly inexpensively.

If you don’t have the room for a full-blown fire pit, you can choose a smaller portable option, instead. Adding a few chairs and a table might be all you need to complete the feeling of a tropical island far from it all.

Bring the Resort Home With 50Floor

Vacations are great, but being able to have a staycation every day is even better because it’s a permanent solution.

Add more pizzazz to your personal palace with some home improvements. If you need help finding the right flooring for your home resort, contact 50Floor to request an in-home consultation.

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