Home Upgrades That Nobody Actually Ever UsesNick Walton
Sometimes things done in a remodel are made with good intentions, but end up being a waste of money. Maybe you’ll use whatever it is at first, but it doesn’t normally make it past a few months to a year. You don’t want to put money into something that will not add value to your home.
Buying or renovating a home isn’t just about actual walls and floors — it’s also an imaginary process in which we project ourselves in different spaces, visualizing what our lives might look like, and the people we could be, if only we lived there. No surprise that people get swept up in the process, becoming enamored with certain features that initially sound and look great. Do they get used and make them worth it? Here are five somewhat luxury level upgrades that cost a pretty penny, and don’t necessarily hold their resale value.