Father’s Day Home Remodeling Ideas
With Father’s Day on the horizon, sons and daughters across the country are getting creative with ideas for what to give their Dads. A different and mega-cool idea is a home remodeling gift. Provide Dad with a purpose-built space just for him. If you need inspiration, here are a few Father’s Day home remodeling ideas that will last a whole lot longer than a new outfit and provide your family with great spaces for making lasting memories.
The Ultimate Man Cave
The man cave is the space where Dad can relax and enjoy his favorite activities, either in
solitude or with his friends and family. It’s where seats are exceptionally comfortable and the flat screen television offers a standout viewing experience. Remodel as a Father’s Day gift and craft a stylish man cave with a bar, sink, fridge, storage, wine racks, fireplace and all media hardwired (TV, games, internet, etc.).
With a media wall, Dad can use both the TV and computer at the same time. Get a design team to fit it out not only with comfy seating and adjustable lighting, but also in the style and color scheme that Dad loves. Make Father’s Day great by giving him something that is truly all his.
Update His Closet Space
For a simple yet elegant remodeling idea for Father’s Day, why not update his entire closet area? For a simple start, a walk-in closet will allow Dad to keep all his work, social, formal and casual clothes separate and organized while providing him with a stylish wood-paneled space. He can try on outfits, dress in privacy, and groom himself in the full-length mirrors.
Streamline the closet with innovative built-in shelves, drawers, nooks, crannies and niches wherever possible. Sometimes there’s nothing Dad loves more than clever and efficient ideas.
Be sure to consult with specialists in designing and remodeling closets. You – and Dad – might be amazed at the tricks, techniques and ideas available for adding or remodeling a walk-in closet in almost any bedroom.
Does your Dad love to cook? There’s no greater gift to those with culinary ambitions than an outdoor kitchen. Not just a rolling grill and some shelves. We’re talking built-in everything – shelving, grill, smoker, drawers, fridge space, gas lines, plumbing, sinks, wiring and outlets, lighting, you name it. Many homes in Southern California have unused space in their backyards that is ideal ground for building a versatile outdoor kitchen. Stone, granite and decorative concrete make ideal, durable and stylish “frameworks” that resist the elements. Remember to factor in seating and shade options, too.
So help Dad celebrate this coming Father’s Day in unique style. Find out his home remodeling aspirations and mention some of the ideas we’ve explored in this blog, at least to get the conversation started.
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