How To Make A Property Yours: After Moving in Checklist

When you purchase a property, there will always be something of the previous owner left behind. This doesn’t necessarily mean in a physical sense (although furniture and other belongings do sometimes get left behind), but in a feeling, or a style of décor, for example. Home improvement project ideas may need to be employed. If you want to make your property feel more like your home, you need to do something about this and make some changes. Here are some ideas of what you can do. Check out this moving in checklist!


A Coat Of Paint

There is one particular way that you can change the entire look of a room, or even an entire property, without having to spend too much money to do so. All you need to do is put a fresh coat of paint over the walls, ideally changing the color that used to be there and that the previous owners chose. Pick something that suits you better, and you will instantly have changed the look and feel of your home, making it much more like you.

Even if you like the color and want to keep it the same, by adding a fresh layer of paint, everything will feel new and exciting, and again it will feel a lot more like your own home rather than someone else’s. As an additional benefit, paint is a relatively inexpensive way to brighten up a new home, which can be useful after the expense of moving.


A new kitchen can make a huge difference in your new home, especially if it is replacing something that is old and worn out. If you choose the right kitchen, you will find that it will last many years, so although this might be an expense to begin with, it will be worth it over time – a kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your property and one in which you will necessarily be spending a fair amount of time. Therefore, making it look good will make you feel good too.

How you design your new kitchen will depend on the space you have and what you want to use the kitchen for, as well as your own tastes when it comes to color and décor. Some people use the kitchen solely for cooking and nothing more, but for others, this can be an important family space or where entertaining takes place. Think about your own use for the kitchen, and you can design your new space accordingly. Once you have a better idea, you can contact a kitchen cabinet supplier to discuss your plans.



The bathroom is a personal space, so it is somewhere that many people feel they want to change when they move into a new property. You don’t necessarily have to take everything out and start again – although this is certainly one option if your funds allow – but you can freshen things up somewhat.

Tiles can be painted so that you change the color without having to re-tile the room; you just need special paint to get the job done. Plus, changing a shower curtain, putting up blinds, or even switching medicine cabinets can all make the room look different.

This article was dedicated to the moving in checklist! We hope we enjoyed it.

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