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Remodeling your home can be an exciting yet stressful time. If this is your first rodeo, all of the tasks and choices that need to be made throughout the process can be really overwhelming. 

Oftentimes, people are so intimidated by the process that they don't even know where to start! So they put it off and remain unhappy in their homes for longer than they really have to. 

Thankfully, we are here to help you start the process and achieve the home of your dreams with how to start your home remodel journey and how to make it a success. 

Think About What You Want To Change

The first thing that you need to think about before you begin remodeling your house is what you actually want to change in your home. 

A lot of the time, people say that they want 'change' but they can't really identify what specific things that they want to change. This approach won't work in a home remodel that requires budgeting, planning, contractors, etc. 

Here are some questions that can help you decide what things you want to change within your home remodel:

  • What spaces in my home cause problems?
  • What spaces in my home make me unhappy?
  • What specific things within these spaces is causing the problem?
  • Can this problem be realistically addressed?
  • How can this problem be addressed? 

Depending on the scale of your potential remodel, you may want to just focus on one really problematic space. Of course, this space will differ depending on the house and the needs of those living in the house. 

For example, some people may have a big problem with their kitchen as there's not enough prep space or storage space. 

Others may have a problem with their entryway as there's no space for shoes, bags, backpacks, etc. On the other hand, you may want to just tackle your whole home in one fell swoop! 

Set a Budget

Once you have different areas and aspects in mind that you would like to change, it's time to think about budget. In an ideal world, budget wouldn't matter and you could just address every single problem right away. However, we live in the real world and money matters. 

Even though you may want to address a bunch of problems in a bunch of different areas in your home, you may have to be more realistic and pick and choose the most pressing issues first and save the other less important ones for later on down the road. 

You'll also need to think about how you're going to pay for the remodel whether it's from your savings account, a home equity line of credit, or a home improvement loan. 

Hire Professionals

Once you have an idea of how much you'd like to spend and what different projects that amount of money may be able to cover, it's time to talk to some professionals to get the specifics. These experts may be able to help tell you which projects are realistic or not based on your budget. They may also be able to suggest cheaper alternatives to changes that you want made. 

In any case, you need to make sure that all the professionals that you hire are highly skilled and reputable within their trade. Ask for recommendations from friends and family, check out online reviews, and schedule an in-person meeting before making any decisions regarding contractors

At the end of the day, your entire remodel (and budget) will be in their hands, so make sure that they have quality hands that can do a quality job. 

Set a Timeline

Once you have your contractor in place, you'll be able to set a timeline based on what they can accomplish. Like other steps in this process, it's important to be realistic here. Obviously, it's difficult to live through a home remodel and you want it to get done as quickly as possible. 

However, you need to remember that people only have two hands and that there are other logistical and planning processes that may get in the way of you finishing your project as quickly as you'd like. 

For example, there may be permits that you have to get from the city. There might be ordering and shipping delays for supplies. There may be weather delays. All of these are factors that you need to keep in mind when setting a timeline while also accepting that there may end up being delays along the way that you cannot control. 

At the end of the day, no matter how long it takes, your newly remodeled home will be well worth the wait. 

Decide on a Cohesive Style

Whether you're renovating one room or the whole house, you're going to want to decide on a style. After all, you don't want your living room to have a completely different style than the dining room right next door! 

Everyone has their own unique style, but here are some different styles to check out:

  • Minimalist
  • Contemporary
  • Traditional
  • Rustic
  • French country
  • Shabby chic
  • Coastal
  • Scandinavian
  • Bohemian
  • Mid-century modern
  • Industrial
  • Modern farmhouse

Choose Finishes

Now that you have an ideal of your style, it's time for the fun part: choosing your finishes and going shopping for products and features that you love! 

If decorating isn't really your cup of tea, you can always consult with an interior designer to help you out with this process that can easily get overwhelming since there are so many different choices that have to be made. You'll have to think about floors, wall colors, wallpaper, trims, appliances, cabinets, countertops, hardware, furniture, and so much more! 

One area that can easily get neglected during the remodeling process is lighting. Lighting can make a huge difference in your home and is an area that should be considered with great detail. And we aren't just talking about light fixtures themselves, but the actual bulbs that you put within these fixtures matter as well. 

That being said, here are some of our favorite lighting products from Boundery that you definitely need to incorporate into your home remodel:

  • Motion Glo LED Light Bar: These light bars are motion-activated and can be easily installed underneath kitchen countertops or kitchen cabinets to provide some much-needed light. 

  • LUMN8 EFX LED Remote Control Light: If you're looking to add some fun and funk to your home remodel, then you definitely need to check out these remote-controlled colored LED lights. With 16 different colors to choose from, you can easily spice up any space in your home. 

  • LumiGuard Pro Solar Motion Sensing LED Floodlight: A lot of people focus on lighting inside their homes while neglecting outdoor lighting. However, installing an outdoor motion-sensing floodlight like this one from Boundery can help you protect your newly-remodeled home from potential intruders.


Now that you know where to start with your home remodel, you can move through the steps and change your home for the better. 

By practicing consistent planning and due diligence, you can end up with the home of your dreams that your family will be able to enjoy for years to come. Just make sure to work with credible professionals and incorporate quality finishes and products from companies like Boundery for long-lasting style and functionality. 





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