The National Home Improvement Month campaign is encouraging Brits to make one significant change to their homes - rather than a multitude of smaller tweaks - that will help change their feelings towards their homes.
According to the research, the kitchen is the area where Brits are most likely to make their signficiant 'one change' (with 20% of the vote), followed by the bedroom and bedroom in joint second and third place (with 17% of the vote each).
TV presenter Julia Kendell, an official ambassador for National Home Improvement Month, comments: "Making home improvements can be addictive but it can also become overwhelming if there’s too much to do. That’s why the aim of National Home Improvement Month is simply to encourage people to Make One Change".
Also on-board with the campaign is presenter and interiors vlogger, Georgina Burnett, who adds: "So many people lead busy and often stressful lives, so the emotional benefits of improving your home environment are immeasurable. We all need a home that supports our day to day living".