Many people believe that creating a luxury kitchen is out of their budget, but it doesn’t need to be expensive; with the right planning and execution you too can create a luxury space that the whole family can enjoy while adding value to your home in the process.
Advances in technology, innovation and interior designs toady mean that trends are rarely permanent. Something that was all the rage a couple of years ago it not likely to be on trend today, so when creating a space it is important that it is both comfortable and functional with a touch of originality.
Interior designers, architects, developers, even the soft furnishings and fashion industry have been waiting in anticipation for the Dulux Colour of the year, which has been announced as Cherished Gold. The colour has been welcomed as being, not only bright enough to attract attention, but it is also very versatile for combining well with other tones; we have no doubt that the colour is set to make a huge impact on our interiors.
Every room in a home is different and it would be unhelpful to just have a single idea that could work for all, but these five suggestions and furniture arranging rules can work in many spaces.
Firstly we suggest that you keep heavy objects away from the point of entry, particularly in smaller rooms. This is easily achieved by putting those very bulky and heavy objects away from the doorway, as far away as it is practicable. The object of this is to ensure that the visible bulk is a far away as possible from your eyes, making the rest of the room more visible.
As a nation, we are, it seems obsessed with buying and selling houses, this is one very good reason why TV property programmes are popular, always with excellent viewing figures. There are many ways in which you can make your home more appealing to would be buyers, although the “to do list” might make you consider not moving at all!
With the summer now upon us the thoughts of many are turning to barbecues and al fresco dining, but of course outdoor dining does not have to rely upon having a barbecue, those are often best reserved for afternoons with the children and a few friends.
Summer is the best time of year to do those much needed DIY projects that seem to get left forever. The good weather and lighter night’s means that you have plenty of time to finish your projects and revitalise your home.
The first thing to consider is, will your loft be more useful as a living space or an area which you use to store things, that in honesty, are unlikely to be ever used again. A loft conversion will make your home much more valuable and much more sellable, particularly so if you can fit a bathroom or shower room up there as well as a bedroom, the perfect master or guest suite.
We have witnessed numerous ways in which architects, developers and entrepreneurs have tried to solve the housing shortage in certain parts of the UK. The latest one is a house in which someone with a bit of savvy DIY skills can download blueprints, together with designs from the internet and they would then be able to build the Wikihouse 4.0 from scratch in days.
The focal point for any home is normally the kitchen and at party time the kitchen is usually the place where most people congregate! If perhaps you may be considering a makeover for your kitchen, we offer ten suggestions that are the trends for this year, 2015.
Last year was a time where we saw lots of bright jewel tones and many chevron patterns with matching furnishings and bright colours, so what does this year hold in store for the interior designer? Well it looks as though it is going to be entirely different and Let Me Build It have put together what we believe are this year’s five best interior design trends that you can use for your home. (more…)