When decorating your home, choosing furniture, rugs, artwork, fabrics, etc. is just the beginning. Styling your home involves displaying your belongings in both a functional and visually appealing way.
Remodeling your home is a process. You have to go through planning and budgeting and then the remodel can take forever. Deciding exactly which parts of your home you want to fix up is the first step so you can begin the rest of the process.
If “wallpaper” is a dirty word in your home, it’s probably because you – or someone else in your family – swore off the paper nemesis of so many homeowners.
In fact, if you’re a veteran of yesterday’s wallpapers you may find it hard to believe that today’s young home decorators aren’t crippled by the thought of using wallpaper.
Renovating your bathroom is a good idea for so many reasons. Other than increasing the resale value of your home and lowering your monthly water consumption, it’s also an investment in your overall lifestyle quality. It is also essential in a scenario where you intend to turn the place into a rental property. In this case, you need to consider the break-even point in relation to your rental cost. All in all, it is in your best interest that you get the most value out of this project with as little time, money and effort invested. Here are four tips to help you ensure this.
Whether or not you have a clue about what you want your home to look like, an interior designer can help.
But how do you choose the right interior designer for your project?