If you have the money then you should try and add a master suite to your home. While having a nice large bedroom is great it will tremendously help during resale if the bedroom area includes a bathroom and/or a sitting area. The majority of buyers tend to lean toward homes that have master suites.
NB: You must be cautious about the kind of polythene you buy from the hardware store since most of the suppliers only have polythene which is not ultra-violet-resistant.
Ask at your decorators’ merchants or hard floor supplier New Zealand which is the best. You could also stain it and varnish it. Ask to see examples before you go ahead, but it has to be done at least once a year anyway, so you can change strategy when it wears off.
When thinking about value in doing a home improvement, kitchens and baths are always a good bet. Home improvements are always a safe bet, but if you have a few thousand to spend, spend it on your kitchen or bathrooms because they are the areas that new home buyers are generally most interested in.
Cut two 1-by-6’s according to the long measurement taken. These will be the sides of the bed, or the bed rails. Cut the other 1-by-6 according to the short measurement. These will be the head and foot boards. Bevel the ends to 45 degrees so the ends will meet when attached to the posts.
Once you have your furniture in place, you can start thinking about accessories. The most common accessories are lighting, power points, mosquito zappers, sun shades and patio heaters. You will notice that restaurants and pubs with a patio will use patio heaters when the weather gets cooler.They have to do this, otherwise customers would vanish.
However you choose to renovate, improve your home the way you want and be proud with the finished product. Your home is yours, so be creative and put your stamp on the place.