Renovating Your Home – A Hassle Or Effortless Task?
If you are about to revamp your house, we understand what you must be going through. There are designs to think of for the kitchen, bathrooms, living room, bedrooms and their walls, floors, ceilings, and of course , furniture.
The brain is working at a speed you cannot cope with, and hundreds of questions are left unanswered. What colour scheme should you go with? What type of tiles should you install in the kitchen and bathrooms? Porcelain or Mosaic, or both? And the list goes on.
Although the project seems long drawn and complicated, do not worry, we are here to provide you with some helpful tips to make this ride as smooth as possible. Here are 3 things you can do to make this task fun as opposed to being tedious.
1. Pinterest it!
Yes, that’s right. Pinterest is one of the top trending places to head to for some brilliant ideas pertaining to interior design and renovation. Humans are visual beings and the large variety of high quality images are bound to strike a chord with you. Trust us when we say, you will definitely find something that you will fall in love with and would want to emulate.
2. Interior Designers on Instagram
Some of the top interior designers have aesthetically appealing accounts on Instagram. After all, that is the essence of the social platform. Here are some accounts worth following to get the creative juices flowing: @alyssakapitointeriors , @myscandinavianhome , @ryankorban .
If you haven’t heard of this community platform, today is your day! This site was established by a couple who had faced confusion and frustration while redesigning their own home. They built this website to facilitate the process for other home owners. It has a wide array of home photos, contact information of local designers, construction professionals and even has a separate section for seeking advice from designers and other home owners. This is a site worth visiting and registering for. You can register for FREE!
To conclude, you can browse all three options to see what works best for you. We hope these tips will make your renovation journey a little easier.
Happy Home Designing!