1. Cork your floors for a unique look
Using cork floor tiling is the way to go. This is perfect especially if you have a house that has levels. It will give your floor a natural feel and bringing out a modern chic to it. Cork floor tiling is soft to walk on and comes with sound proof benefits. If you have children, then it will be perfect to block out those alarming sounds of giant rats scurrying across the floor whenever they are playing.
2. Getting out of the closet
Who doesn’t love having closet space? 2018 will see the move towards more walk in and built in closets that provide a spacious feel to your home. You can also invest in smart storage furniture that comes in various shapes, sizes and colour that add to your home.
3. Play with texture
If you are not an avid fan of painting walls because of the effort it takes and the fumes, then you can play with texture. You can expose a segment of your wall to reveal a rugged brick or wood that will give it a rustic feel. The trick is to research how this is done before you have a home that looks like it has been in a war. You can further cut down the cost of bringing your wall to life by adding velvet furnishing or woven accent pieces that are visually appealing.
4. Make your bathroom the spa to be
The bathroom is a place where you get to be by yourself and relax. Turn it into a spa by playing with your lighting to give it an air of ambiance. Choose lighting that compliments the features in your bathroom.
However, keep in mind that you want to keep it simple and that it allows adequate visibility. Renovating your bathroom can increase your homes ROI BY 98%.
5. Melt your home into stone
Stone features are making a come back to give your home more of a natural feel. A stone sink in a charcoal colour utters sophistication, sleek and natural. It also means that there will be no strange discolouration that you get from normal white sinks over time. Quartz has become a popular alternative because it is cheaper, lost longer and easy to use.
6. Shelving glory
Instead of having the random scattering of books around the house that make your home look disorderly, you can look to creating a shelve that acts as a creative feature to your home. Let the books do all the talking in colour coded format with the shelving remaining relatively neutral in colour. If you are a major fan of figurines you can also add these to your shelve as a statement piece for the living room.
7. Convert your home into a smart home
Having a smart home doesn’t have to be expensive, just strategic. You can invest in smart home technologies that give you more control of the lighting, heating and cooling systems. Some of these can be done through your phone.