Tired of getting Dad the same old tie year after year? He probably is too! Do something different this Father’s Day—surprise him with the remodeling projects he’s always dreamed about. No matter his interests, there’s a way to “wow” him with a project that will knock that boring tie out of the water.
The Creative Culinary Crafter
Is the dad in your family the next Iron Chef? Let him tap into his imaginative nature with a new kitchen setup. Whether you’re looking for a full remodel or a simple addition, building a workspace that flows will inspire creativity.
Cut the clutter in the cabinets, add a splash of color to the backsplash or invent a new way to reorganize the spice rack. Small changes can make a big difference in creating a more functional environment that will invite all family members to culminate in the kitchen and prepare a perfect meal any day of the week.
The “Man Cave”
Comfortable furniture surrounding the giant flat screen he’s always wanted is sure to make him feel like a kid during the holidays. If sports aren’t his thing, a makeshift bar area complete with a pool table or dart board might just do the trick. Whatever his hobbies, be sure to enhance the mood with a focus on ambiance. Get creative with lighting or hunt down some interesting memorabilia to really tie the room together.
Perhaps your fatherly figure prefers to do things on his own. Whether it’s tinkering in the garage or taking on full-sized projects in the backyard, help him tackle his to-do list with a few simple improvements.
Perhaps the workbench needs an upgrade. Maybe the tool chest could use a little organizational love. Even something as simple as gifting a catalog or a material he’s been waiting on can kick-start a project.
These remodeling projects are sure to be a hit, but if you’re a little short-handed, be sure to stop by and ask for a hand.
Break tradition this Father’s Day and get Dad something he can put to good use for years to come. Remodeling projects can be something the whole family can get in on. All it takes is a bit of imagination and thinking creatively outside the traditional gift box.
If you missed getting dad these projects this year, they’re great for getting a head start on next year.