When it comes to home improvement, there are a lot of tasks to be done, and a lot of planning to do. After all, you’re transforming your home from what you were given into your dream home built by your own hands. Therefore, you’re going to have to make a lot of decisions in the process, and it won’t always be easy to make those decisions. After all, your dream house, by definition, has to be perfect, so the pressure is one. However, with a narrower focus on what you’re looking for, those decisions become easier to make. Therefore, you’re going to want to plan out your renovation in advance to the fullest degree possible. That’s why I’m here, to give you these tips to help you narrow your focus when it comes time to remodel.

First and foremost, renovating a home around a common theme can really make your home come to life and give the whole thing a cohesive feeling. One example of such a theme is an oceanic theme. So, for this theme, you would start with a palette of blues and greens, such as teal, turquoise, and sea foam. Then, you would add thematically appropriate decor, such as seashells, anchors, and to diving gear. Don’t forget that you hang art, posters, etc. that is on a theme, as well. When theming your home, you aren’t restricted to a single them across your whole home. You can do one for each room, or just a single room, or anything in between. It all depends on your preferences.

Another thing to consider when redecorating is the flow of your living space. Take a look at your living room furniture. Now, image the most efficient pathway from one room to another and between your furniture. This is the flow of your space. You’ll want to traverse your space to be easy and efficient for maximum enjoyment or comfort. Or, you could be some evil genius and want your home to be a labyrinthian mess to confound guests. Either way, flow is something you’ll want to consider for your dream home, as it will continuously affect you.

Next, you’re going to want to celebrate your new dream home by memorializing the completion of the home somehow. I know it sounds cheesy, but owning a home is one of the most important parts of your life, and so that’s a special memory that should be preserved. So, don’t be afraid to take some photos of your home once it’s complete, and maybe even have some custom swag made by Things Remembered to commemorate this milestone. That way, a small part of your home could become a constant reminder of that fateful day when you completed the home of your dreams.