By Karyn Horne. interior. Published at Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 - 05:50:06 AM.
Don't be afraid to add statement lighting in unexpected areas. too. A crystal chandelier in your master bathroom practically cements a glamorous design. A row of metallic pendant lighting above your kitchen island transforms the whole room. Be bold with your design.More than just beautiful décor. lighting sets the mood of your space.
Add feature lighting Builder-grade homes often rely on plain. recessed lighting to get a brighter look in kitchens and living rooms. Sure. they're effective. but recessed lighting won't do much for adding character to your home. Since you're more or less “stuck” with the lighting plan (no DIY electrical renovations. please!).
Having an indoor place for a child to play is a good option for areas in cities where it is less safe for a child to be outside. where the weather is bad for much of the year. or instances in which a child's outdoor play options are limited due to conditions. such as allergies.Below are several creative ideas for bringing the playground inside.
Swap out your hardware Builder-grade hardware is pretty generic; it's meant to appeal to as many homeowners as possible. Luckily. upgrading your hardware is a quick and easy fix that doesn't require years of builder expertise. Get personal with your hardware: scour flea markets for interesting knobs and latches. or opt for timeless hardware that's more your style.