Whether you’re moving into a new home or want to spruce features in your current home, there are many options for updating your interior! The process of redesigning can be daunting, but with a little research and a knowledgeable contractor you are in good hands. Check out these three decorating tips to start customizing your home!

It’s All In The Details.

What may seem like minor updates can actually make an immense change, ultimately tying elements of a room together. Altering the color of marble, wood graining, or framing archways can bring a room to life. The important thing to remember is to stay consistent with whichever style you choose. For example, if you are aiming for more of a farmhouse look adding beams will give you a more rustic design.

Utilize Your Wall Space.

Say goodbye to flat, boring walls and hello to plaster! A plaster finish provides texture, depth, and richness to any room. Regardless of the style you are going for, there are numerous ways to give your walls definition. If you want a more modern look, metallic plaster or a concrete finish yields a clean, simple design. Variations of soft and sharp lighting will also play beautifully off of the textured plaster.

Smells Like Creativity!

There are a variety of materials to choose from when it comes to range hoods – including wood, metal, and decorative plaster to name a few. No longer are they boxy, unappealing appliances that you try to ignore in the kitchen. A range hood should fit seamlessly into the design of your kitchen, not stick out like a burnt holiday roast. On the other hand, if you want to it to be the focus of your kitchen, choose a more daring material and design like copper.

Creating architectural details in your home does not have to be a headache. Walk through your home and see what looks sparse or could use a touch up. Choosing a design doesn’t have to take months either. Know what you don’t want and go from there. Eliminating certain textures, materials, and colors can be extremely helpful when looking for what you DO want. Contact us today to start planning your next home project!