Interior Design Tips and Tricks That You Should Know!
Being a Realtor, you pick up a few things... and the internet is a thing.
you Know: Due to dampness, certain surfaces attract moisture and where
there's moisture, there's dirt. use vinyl blinds or shutters! They are
easier to clean and maneuver, plus there's more colors and shapes to
choose from nowadays!
Sectionals Are More Practical than A
Loveseat: If you find yourself needing to choose between a loveseat or a
sectional, decide whether or not it's more for style or function!
Loveseats always seem to be big enough for two people but only one
person seems to comfortably fit in one! However, have you ever seen a
sectional on the cover of an interior design magazine? The truth is that
sectionals seat more people but a loveseat looks better! A sectional is
the more casual and comfortable experience for the people you have
over. If you are a die hard for that loveseat, then go for it but you
may need some additional chairs if seating with style is a must!
Sets Are Boring: They may look good in the store you're buying them
from, but when you purchase an entire set of a specific seating style,
it can be boring and uninteresting to the eye! There's nothing wrong
with breaking up a conformed look with some contrasting furniture. It is
easier to change the entire look of something with a few throw pillows
or blankets to change things up on a budget. Even changing a rug is
cheaper than changing a few chairs from a furniture set.
the Size of the Vanity Lights to the Size of the Sink: The light fixture
should at least be the size of the sink! It's pretty common to have a
single light fixture over two sinks, as long as the fixture extents to
each of the outer ends of the sink, you're good and it looks good! This
is mostly a proportional opportunity to take. If your lighting fixture
is practical, then by all means, go with it! (but this is interior
design tips and tricks!)
Open Up Your Bathroom With Two Vanities,
Not A Single Large One: did you know that when there's a solid piece of
furniture (in this case a vanity) front and center, it's no longer just
a focal point! It'll dominate the bathroom space and might take up more
room than it needs to. Two smaller vanities will break up that space
and allow for you to create more focal points in the bathroom like a
nice tub or a beautiful walk-in shower!
Bonus Tip: use a glass backsplash to reflect more light and create interesting visuals!