By Shan Solorzano. interior. Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 11:11:37 AM.
Look into alternatives for the remainder of the apartment. A well-placed sofa or entertainment center separates the space without making your design feel segregated. If you choose either of these options. pick lower pieces you can see over — doing so brings a sense of depth to the room.Make each functional area feel like a finished space of its own. Define each functional area
On the other. there's no reason for function to override aesthetics. The following design techniques help you achieve the best of both worlds. They're our favorite tips for creating a space that truly works for you. no matter how small it may be.Keep the color scheme cohesive. Limit the color scheme
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.
Just keep in mind that your new hardware should still complement the existing features in your home. creating a totally cohesive look.Add trim to your mirrorsBuilders are notorious for bare-bones bathroom design. especially when it comes to mirrors. They usually provide you with the option to upgrade fixtures and even lighting. but most builder-grade homes simply have unframed mirrors that lack personality.