Planning Your Old House Makeover
It's time to create a new home in a old neighborhood.
Your house is among the last ones in your neighborhood to be remodeled
and it's desperately time for an old house makeover. Here are a couple
of helpful hints and tips that can help you get started when planning
your old house makeover.
1. Get as many pictures as you can to look at. I don't care if you need to go on the Internet, go down to your local bookstore or even check out a few books from your library. If you don't have any ideas about what you want your new house makeover to look like, you're going to have problems planning your old house makeover. A picture is worth a thousand words and the more pictures that you look at, increases your chances for coming up with a design that will truly satisfy your home remodeling needs.
2. Drive around your neighborhood and take pictures with a digital camera. This way you can come home and examine them more closely on your computer. If you find a couple that you really like, you now have something that you can show your home remodeling contractor or home designer. Digital cameras are what I would consider to be the eighth wonder of the world, especially when it comes to construction and home remodeling projects.
3. Another way that you can get useful information when planning your old house makeover, is to watch some of your favorite home improvement programs on TV. This way you won't just have pictures of the home, you'll have people talking about problems and solutions to the problems they encountered during their home remodeling project.
All three of these ideas should get you started and point you in the right direction for planning and preparing the ultimate transformation of turning your old home into the talk of the neighborhood.