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22 Apr 2019

Two Rooms To Renovate To Boost Your Home's Value Featured

Summer is soon upon us which means selling season is as well.


When selling a home, a newly renovated kitchen and bathroom are the areas that can offer the biggest value increase. Plus, when it comes to make-or-break purchase decisions, the average buyer is usually drawn to the kitchen and bathroom to make their choice.

If you're preparing to sell your home, here are some new kitchen and bathroom trends that are sure to help catch the buyer's eye!

According to DECO Homes Décor Studio, there are four key trends for kitchen decor this year:

1. Clean quartz countertop - A simple way to bring kitchen decor together with class.

Quartz counter top on kitchen island

DECO Homes Décor Studio

2. Chrome pendants - Hanging lights, chandeliers, and exterior light fixtures.

A variety of chrome pendant light fixtures for kitchens

DECO Homes Décor Studio

 

3. Bold geometric backsplashes - An eye-catching statement piece to offset the rest of the room but blend everything together nicely.

Geometric backsplash in modern kitchen

DECO Homes Décor Studio

 

4. Chrome accents - Faucets, handles, and door knobs.

Modern kitchen with chrome faucet and cupboard handles

DECO Homes Décor Studio

Here are just four of several fantastic suggestions from House & Home for bathroom trends for this year as well!

1. Tile statement wall - Think of it as a water-resistant art piece hanging on your wall.

Large glass bathroom shower stall with blue patterned feature wall tiles

House & Home

2. Industrial enclosures - Steel windows have been making major inroads in every area of the home, but when metal edging is used for a shower enclosure, it adds a distinctive architectural flair.

industrial style enclosure in bathroom stall

House & Home

3. Buttery brass - Warm metals live up to their name, injecting a luxe sense of glamor, particularly in white bathrooms with lots of marble. The most-wanted finish this year walks the line between polished and matte. A stunning pendant by Aerin Lauder drives home exactly how luscious and showstopping buttery brass can be.

spacious bathroom with hanging brass light fixture

House & Home

4. Invisible shower walls - Frameless doors and a glass screen in this spa-inspired shower pull a disappearing act in this bathroom. The result is the shower enclosure — and whole bathroom — looks more expansive, light-filled and open.

large bathroom with invisible glass shower walls

House & Home

If you are thinking of selling your home this summer contact me for a free home evaluation! Lets capitalize on the growing market!

Kandice Henry is a Real Estate agent with iPro Realty LTD. She has been in the Real Estate field for over 10 years.

Her hands-on knowledge began when she purchased, flipped, and leased her own properties. Five years ago she began her career as an agent and has had much success helping clients buy and sell in both the residential and commercial sectors. She is a hard working agent who truly cares about finding the perfect fit for her clients. Kandice's resourcefulness lends to her full, experienced team behind her that is ready to help you close your next lease or purchase.

Follow her on Instagram and LinkedIn

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