Interior design is a critical element for your home. This includes the patterns, colours, and accessories in the house. In addition, you want to make you and your visitors feel welcome and comfortable in the house.
Most homes, especially if you’ve bought a pre-built one, have walls and ceilings that are painted white or grey. This is very much understandable. White and grey are neutral colours, so they don’t really clash with the colours of whatever items the new homeowners are going to bring in. It can be said that the developer just wanted to play it safe.
If you’re sick of blank walls, or the paintings you’ve got up are getting a little stale, now’s the time to shake things up a bit; a bit of negative space here and there is fine, especially when it’s a bit humid and hot indoors, but it’s not something we want to stare at forever. Here are a few ideas and tricks you can use to dress up your surroundings and make sure those four walls you paid so much money for are always pulling their weight!
There are many rooms in the house that are only meant for certain people. Bedrooms, the kid’s game room, or parent’s study may all have things that are off limits to some people. The living room, however, is meant for everyone. This is where you come together for family games, movies, and conversation. It is important to make this room a place that everyone enjoys looking at, as well.
Nothing seems to irk buyers more than by spending money and buying a product that only lasts a short time. Think about the last time that you made a purchase. More than likely, you probably thought long and hard about that purchase, did a lot of research to make the decision that you needed and wanted to make, and then felt really confident in the decision and choice that you ended up going with.
When it comes to updating your lounge of the aspects that is often overlooked is the lighting provision. What type of lighting do you utilise within that space, how can this be improved and what type of lighting products should you be looking to introduce?
Take a look at four different lighting solutions that can be utilised within your lounge area. See how each one offers a different type of light depending on the task at hand.
Being a parent is amazing! It’s also pretty stressful some days, especially if the little ones are throwing their food on the floor, refusing to go down for a nap, or just generally being difficult. That is why I think it’s vital that you have a space in the home that you can relax and recuperate in. A haven of tranquillity where you can come together as a family and spend some quality time. For us, this place is the living room, but getting this room right can be tricky, especially if it has to cater for multiple generations.
Whether its spillages, stains, water-based accidents, muddy paws or muddy boots, the kids running around or your partner leaving their stinky socks to fester on the carpet, one thing is certain – you need family proof flooring and it needs to be as durable as you are!