Thursday, 1 June 2017

Ways To Put The Perfect Finishing Touches To Your Home Renovation


Renovating your home can be a long, tiresome and tedious process. When you’re working with an almost blank canvas or a property that needs a lot of work, you can often feel as if you’re stuck in the boring build phase forever. However, before long, you will move firmly away from all things construction and start to move onto something a little more exciting - the design phase. As you start to add the finishing touches to your renovation and finalize your decor, here are a few ways to help you make sure the process is perfect.

Have Fun With Color

First, you’re going to want to make sure that you get your walls covered. When you’re thinking about painting each room, you might be working with a set theme or design style. And that’s okay, but it can also be quite limiting. Instead, why not think about the ways that you can have fun with paint colors. Whether you choose an uber trendy gray or something bright and beautiful, color is just one way you can set your recent renovation off in style.

Make Everything Count

When the time comes to start adding in your furniture and furnishings, you’re going to want to make sure that every piece fits the purpose. It’s tempting to stick with old things, but you may need to invest in new pieces to create the right look. So, if your soft furnishings aren’t up to scratch, replace them, and if your appliances in the kitchen need replacing, get shopping - and make sure you look for the right home warranty to go with them.

Choose Luxury Accents

Sometimes, it the finishing touches that can let down an otherwise beautiful space. When you’ve got new rooms put together and your fittings and fixtures placed in rooms like your kitchen and bathroom, you then have a few finishing touches to decide on. And they can make or break each room. Things like taps and handles are where you can really go to town with luxury accents to really make a room look great.

Play Around With Textures

Along the same lines as paint, you might also want to think about playing around with the different textures you’re using in your home. They can often add just the right touch of class to any space when the balance is perfect. Whether you choose hardwood flooring, sheepskin rugs, silk bedding or wool throws, mixing different kinds of textures all throughout your home can really give your decor an edge.

Landscape Your Garden


Although it can be tempting to focus all of your efforts on your interiors, sometimes you need to save some for the exterior. Now that your home is almost complete, you need it to look right on the outside as well as inside. So, you’re going to want to make sure that you get the landscapers in to create the garden design of your dreams. You may even want to ensure that your house is repainted or that the current facade is up to scratch.

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