Updating ranch home exteriors
Ranch-styled homes have simple floor plans with a wider outward appearance – without the depth that most present homes possess.
There’s a minimalistic, yet traditional, quality in its overall look and it makes for a great palette when styling and decorating with a specific vision in mind.
Combined with the low ceilings typical of this style, the dark walls can result in a cave-like atmosphere.
This inexpensive renovation can add instant airiness to your home.
The 6,000 square foot building had been converted into six apartments and sat abandoned for 25 years before the family went to work on it.
Colorful paint, dark cabinets, stainless steel backsplash and sink and a new light fixture make it look fresh and modern. The Pin Junkie made a dramatic upgrade to her yellow sunflower bathroom with a refinished countertop, lots of paint, and a frame around her mirror. Carolyn renovated her 1986 kitchen on a tight budget, doing everything but installing the countertops on her own.But you can also add some modern touches to create something unique and revitalizing – like this contemporary living space did! Give your ranch home an ultra chic uplift by going completely outside-the-box of this family-friendly home.With slick lines, an added room partition and creamy tones, you can have a super posh area inside your throwback foundation.Removing paneling requires some work, but this is the basic process: An efficient way to counter the effect of a low ceiling is to add skylights.You can choose from a variety of different designs, including flat window-style skylights, tubes that extend through the attic insulation, and domed lights.