Improving your home isn’t necessarily exactly major renovation works or large financial commitment. But sometimes, we give in to the little devil we hear in our heads telling us everything is a need or a want. Are you considering home improvements? Here are five ideas to get you started.
Improving your home can seem like a time-consuming task, but you don’t have to do it all at once. Our advice: one room at a time. And make sure to plan ahead to get the best overall result! Don’t know where to start? Here are a few interesting projects to inspire you.
Create Your MoodBoard
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Not sure which style or direction you want to go for? Do your research and start your project by creating a moodboard or you can also start pinning pinterest to get more ideas. After you get your list of items that you fancy, start omitting those you want and keep those you need. Please take into consideration the colors and textures of your interior look and feel.
A Coat Of New Paint Does Wonders
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A fresh coat of paint can go a long way, as well as make a big difference. Choose the look and feel you want to convey and display your personality throughout your home.
Choose The Right Lighting
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Lighting is essential to the atmosphere of a home. A well-lit room is inviting, warm and welcoming, encouraging people to linger. Make sure to incorporate multiple sources of light, consisting of different layers that blend together.
Change Your Floor
A new floor can totally transform a room. It’s a quick and easy way to add value to your house, even though finding the right floor is not always an easy task. That’s why we have introduced the FloorExplorer tool: in three simple steps, you will get an overview of the flooring and interior styles that complement your personality.
Changing your floor doesn’t mean you need to spend your precious weekends labouring on your knees with a pile of tools at your side, either. Our laminate, vinyl and hardwood floors are easy to install. If your old floor has an even surface and is non-degradable, you don’t even have to get rid of it: simply add the new one on top! Depending on what floor type you’re going for, bear in mind that you will need to correctly prepare your subfloor.
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