If you're a homeowner with children, at some point, you'll be saying goodbye. They'll move off to college or to start their career and adult life. As children move out, you'll discover that you have extra bedrooms and other living spaces that will need a new purpose. Let's look at three ways that you can transform an unused bedroom into a welcoming place for guests to stay.
Get Started With A Deep Clean
The first thing you'll want to do is engage in a top-to-bottom deep clean of the room. Get everything out of the room so that nothing's left but the carpet. Clean the walls, windows, light fixtures, and closets until they're sparkling clean. If the carpet is still in good condition and doesn't have a lot of stains, have it professionally steam-cleaned. Or if it's a little beat up from years of abuse, consider replacing it with beautiful new carpeting.
Consider A Fresh Coat Of Paint
Have a look at the condition of the paint and walls. Does the paint still add a colorful "pop" to the room? Or have the years taken away its luster? Do the walls have scratches, dents, and holes in random areas? Are they in need of repairs?