Happy Home, Happy Life

Believe it or not, home renovations can improve your overall quality of life. According to a recent Houzz survey, 87% of respondents claimed that their home designs impacts their overall happiness [1]. These findings were consistent among men and women from varying demographics and geographical locations.

So what exactly can you do to your home to boost your overall mood? Here are a few suggestions below!


It’s not necessary to redo your entire kitchen – there are easier, less expensive steps you can take!

Try tidying up your kitchen by getting rid of extra clutter. This can help increase functionality, storage capability and overall livability in what is perhaps one of the busiest rooms in your house!

Living Room

This is often where families spend most of their quality time together, so you want to make it a space that you look forward to using.

Take advantage of natural light as much as you can. Consider installing large windows to let in as much natural light as possible. Many say natural light is the key to feelings of happiness, peace and productivity. Lighting up your living room can give you and your family an energy boost.


We recommend going through your wardrobe and donating any clothes you no longer use. This will help you stay more organized and give your room a cozier feel.

If you’re looking for a simple change, consider switching out your comforter or painting an accent wall. One pop of color can completely change the tone of your room!


You do not need to spend excessively to turn your bathroom into a refreshing, spa-like experience! Simply switching a light fixture, switching to plush white towels or picking a soothing plug-in air freshener can make your bathroom feel like a whole new room.


Beautiful landscaping can add the finishing touches to a home by adding pops of color and life. We recommend grouping together clusters of planters for added height and depth. This adds visual interest to your garden by including varying shapes, sizes and colors.

To top it off, you can make homemade steppingstones to connect components of your lawn with an easy-to-navigate path. Instead of buying stones, you can use quick setting cement and decorative marbles to make your own. The work is demanding, but worth the result if you’re up to it!

Bigger Renovations

If you’re looking for a more serious change to your home, Momentum Home may be right for you. We provide services for residential roofing, siding and windows for homeowners looking for a revamp.

At Momentum Home, we’ve redefined renovation. With highly skilled teams dedicated to helping you and your family every step of the way, we ensure a customer experience that is second-to-none. Bring your home into the future — join Team Momentum.

For more information, visit momentumhome.com or call 1 (888) 338-HOME today.

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