Having a stylish bathroom in which to relax, whilst being practical for the whole family is something we all aspire to and interior designers this year have come up with several styles for those of us looking at bathroom renovations in 2014.
When looking to sell your property you'll obviously want to be offered the best asking price. Without breaking the bank on a complete refurbishment there are a few simple cost effective measures you can take to boost the value of your home.
Whether planning a new kitchen or renovating an existing one, it's worthwhile knowing what's in-trend and how it can be utilised in your home's design. Today's architects and interior designers need to incorporate the latest technology into a practical and workable space, while also creating a bespoke luxury kitchen. The 'modern natural' kitchen is a current trend used by architects and interior designers combining science with nature.
We all want the interior of our homes to both look good and offer increased practicality but it can be difficult to know how to achieve this combination unless you are in the industry. One way of achieving aesthetic benefits and practicality is to keep up with emerging interior design trends. With 2014 now upon us, many people will be looking at the various up and coming interior design trends for 2014, as this will enable them to make plans with regards to any design changes they are considering for the coming year.
It is perhaps one of those life-changing events that one would approach with either great anticipation or trepidation – a home renovation. Some may enjoy the thrill of customising their own space, adding a room to accommodate the family’s growing needs or simply updating areas of the home (usually the bathrooms and kitchens) which have become tired-looking, whilst others would avoid home renovations at all costs. This seemingly colossal task is not insurmountable if you considered every possible angle before you start and weighed every cost out carefully. Here’s a list of the top considerations before you embark on a home renovation: