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5 Home Renovation Trends to Expect in 2023

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One of this year’s popular home renovation trends is designing custom home offices.

The start of the new year is a great time to consider which home renovation projects you want to undertake in the next several months. You can upgrade numerous parts of your home, including kitchens, bathrooms, garages, and additions. If you are ready to explore home renovation opportunities, explore the following home renovation trends that may inspire you and your home design goals. Then, you can discuss your design plans with the T&G Builders design team for the new year. 

Home Offices

As more people work from home, they want to take the time to create a comfortable home office space. This can include building a dedicated home office or upgrading an existing workspace to make it more functional and appealing. In particular, garages may be converted into home offices for homeowners who want to transform infrequently-used garage space into something more convenient. 

Outdoor Living Spaces

Homeowners also want to maximize the livable space throughout their property, including the outdoors. Once the weather warms up in spring, more home renovations will focus on outdoor upgrades. Projects like decks, patios, and guardians are some of the top home renovation trends to expect this year. These additions can create outdoor entertainment areas that make life outside your home as comfortable as life inside. 

Increased Energy-Efficiency 

Energy efficiency is at the top of mind for most homeowners in 2023, as energy efficiency also cuts back expenses. These energy-efficient renovations may include introducing smart HVAC systems, adding insulation, adopting solar power, or installing energy-efficient appliances in the kitchen or low-flush toilets in the bathrooms. 

Bathroom and Kitchen Upgrades 

Kitchens and bathrooms are the most high-use areas of your home. These areas are increasingly focused on practical and functional renovations. This can include updating cabinetry, switching out countertops, adding light fixtures, updating faucets, and replacing old appliances. Home renovation trends for kitchens include “hidden” features like refrigerators, dishwashers, and pantries tucked away behind cabinets or sliding doors. This creates a seamless, organized look for your kitchen. 

Build on Accessory Apartments 

As a way to save expenses, many families are moving in together. These multi-generational homes require more space, but it’s often more cost-effective to add home additions than buy a new property altogether. If you have in-laws moving into your home, building an accessory apartment is a home renovation worth undertaking. These apartments can be attached to your home or just apart from the main building. They contain their own exterior entrances and a bathroom and kitchen or kitchenette. These apartments are ideal for in-laws or older children who want a little independence from the primary house. 

If any of these home renovation trends appeal to you, contact T&G Builders today to start planning your remodeling projects. 

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