Ensure that in improving your condo unit

“It used to be that a hammer might be the first tool you pick up when tackling a home improvement project. Today, it is the Internet


It is really the first tool in the home improvement tool box.”-Tom Kraeutler

Home Improvement: Five Condo Unit Improvement Ideas You Should Not Do

When you have lived in your condo unit for a significant number of years, you may soon come to realize that your old decorations, home fixtures, bearings and the like are dull and boring. It would not be long before you are inspired (or even compelled) to make some necessary changes by giving your unit a refreshing touchup and upgrade. However, do note that not all home improvement ideas are the same


While some may work to your favor, others might not exactly look appropriate in your place. You want harmony among the different decor elements in your home, but moreover, you want them to be functional. Furthermore, safety is also a concern, so ensure that the home improvement idea you would integrate into your homes would be hazard free. In any case, it would be a lot more helpful if you are at least aware of what condo unit improvements you should refrain from doing.

So, before sprucing up your Makati condo, take a gander at the list below for the condo unit improvement ideas you should never do:

1.) Host to injuries

You would be surprised at the sheer number of children (and at times adults) who get injured owing to the hazards overlooked in their houses or condo units. When it comes to your homes, you and your family’s safety should be paramount. In this regard, you must always remember never to sacrifice safety for style alone. Ensure that in improving your condo unit, you would target areas where injuries are most likely to occur.

2.) Extreme Color Schemes

While home decorating is an excellent avenue for expressing yourself, there are limits to where you can take your creativity. This is especially true when you are planning to sell your unit any time in the future. Considering this, you have to ensure that your home improvement ideas are something that would sit well with everyone and moreover, prospective buyers. With this in mind, it is best to steer clear of extreme color schemes and stick with the ones that are considered as aesthetic. If you have a proclivity for color, choose vibrant but acceptable ones.

3.) Too trendy styles

Sure, trendy is in, hip and fun. However, while your condo unit might look fresh and hot today, the same thing cannot be said a decade from now. More often than not, it might become a potential problem for you in the future. However, this is not to say that you should stay clear of trends altogether. You are still free to utilize and play with trends, just ensure you do not go overboard with the personalization.

4.) Remember functionality

Of course, while style is an important aspect when it comes to decorating and home improvement, one should not overlook the importance of functionality as well. Your condo unit can be filled to the brim with stylish décor and accouterments, but if they do nothing to elevate functionality, then your home improvement endeavor would be counterproductive to actually improve your home.

5.) Stop inconsistencies

Home renovations and improvement schemes cost a lot of money. In this regard, you should not pool all of your resources just into one room. Remember that you have other rooms in your condo unit as well, so ensure that they get the same level of TLC as well. You might want to improve your kitchen first, but remember that you should afford the same level of treatment to your other rooms in the years to come. You cannot simply keep renovating, improving and redecorating the same room over and over again.

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