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?
Smart homeowners understand the benefits of using salvaged building materials when they remodel their homes. It’s an easy way to not only save cash but to add a unique style that modern materials can’t duplicate.
It’s also a savvy way to renovate sustainably as you’re keeping perfectly good materials out of landfills.
Have you ever walked into a particular room and felt relief? Instantly reached a level of comfort and coziness. While at other times you felt uneasy or down, after moving to another room. Would you believe that it was down to the room and home layout and details?
Since 2000, Pantone has been declaring certain colors to be a “Color of the Year”.
This color is chosen by following trends across different facets of society; fashion, culture, home design and travel to name a few.