Feb 14, 2017

Guide to Turn Your New House into a Home

It's such an exciting thing to have a space that you can call your own. Whether it's an apartment you're renting or a home you've purchased, it's your space and you can decorate it how you want. Yes, there are certain restrictions a rental will have, but it's still a place you can customize. When you walk through the front door, you want to be able to enjoy a place that you can call your own. In order to turn your new house into a home, consider the following projects.

1. Spacing 
When you purchase a home, you'll usually have final say on whether you'd like to open up some walls, create a new bedroom space or create an open floor plan. Just because the house is set up one way doesn't mean you can't change and customize it to your liking. Space planning allows you to figure out if you're comfortable with the particular layout and what you'd like to change. If you have some walls you'd like to knock down, bring in an electrician to make sure that it's safe to do so. Certain walls may have electrical wiring installed and you don't want to tamper with wiring. That would be a very expensive and dangerous mistake.
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2. Lighting 
Mood lighting can make a major difference in the beauty of your home. If you have lots of large windows and want to flood your house with natural light, this is an important point to consider. If you like the look of recessed lighting, you'll need to make a note of where you'd like it to be and the overall ambiance you're going for.

3. Custom Furniture 
Nothing is more frustrating the scouring the internet and different furniture stores to find that no one has the furniture you want. If your dream bedroom set involves a maroon tufted headboard draped in velvet and you've looked everywhere for it, custom furniture is an amazing alternative. When you purchase custom furniture, you're guaranteed to get whatever your heart desires. In order to get a strong vision for the type of custom furniture options you'd like to make, go online and look at a luxury interior design blog. In fact, visit a number of them. Pick up a few of the shelter magazines on your next visit to the grocery store. Bookmark whatever styles and options really stand out to you. As you see a common thread, you'll be able to see what suits you best. 

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