Please – Pimp My Home

Saturday, February 11th, 2017 - Interior

There is no pre-packaged, one-size-fits-all solution to designing a club interior. Creating a successful design for your venue begins with a club designer or Club Architect who understands your business.

Layer in patterns and textures throughout your new home interior decorating ideas. These touches can be very fun and inspiring. As well, the textures add a new sense dimension to your room. When people are enjoying your space, they will be engaged not only by their eyes, but also by their sense of touch.

Popular in the ’80s and ’90s, separate water closets have become traditional in new home design. Many bathroom designs put the toilet into a corner or separate space, far from the bathroom’s entrance. If space is still an issue, a half wall or glassed partition can give the feel of more privacy without gobbling up square footage.

Tip number 5 Make a style book. I have often ripped home interior ideas out of magazines and just placed them into a hatbox. When I am considering reworking a room of my house, I refer to all those pages I tore out. Surprisingly there is a commonality among them, and by flipping through all those magazine pages, I realize what it is that appeals to me, and then I can recreate it in my own home.

Whether you have a deep porch with columns or a tiny covered balcony, it can be turned into a mellow retreat that beckons you outside to enjoy the day. Don’t miss the opportunity!

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