Whether your taste in design is traditional, farmhouse, coastal, modern, transitional, mid-century, or more, below we've put together a collection of five interior design ideas to get your wheels spinning as we head into the spring and summer months!
One of the main reasons we're fans of older homes are the architectural details. Bulls-eye trim, room pillars, arched doorways, and all of those wonderful things that add character to a space that you typically cannot find in homes built today. One great architectural enhancement would be to add wood beams to a cathedral or vaulted ceiling. These beams add a level of interest, warmth, and charm to your room.
Neutral tones like gray, beige, ivory, tan, etc. are all beautiful colors and certainly serve their purpose in different spaces, but choosing a color like Blue Note from Benjamin Moore, adds a sophisticated out-of-the-box approach to your interior design. Blue is also a very calming shade so it's nice to incorporate into a room where you come to decompress or even in your workspace to add an overall soothing effect.
If you're tired of tile, why not try wide-planked natural wood flooring in your bathroom instead? This can provide a bit of a beachy style and help it to feel more like an extension of the design style in the rest of your home. One bit of advice we'll give is to reserve this for adult bathrooms as wooden floors can easily stain.
Sometimes all it takes is a light fixture to completely bring an entire design together. This Marigot Six-Light Chandelier with Seeded Glass Beads is completely unexpected, adding a victorian and historic flair to this classic bedroom design.
If you don't live in a loft, but want to incorporate exposed brick into your design, a fun and innovative way to accomplish that is through your kitchen backsplash. Herringbone, subway, linear glass, mosaic and hundreds more are all great backsplash options, but the accent brick backsplash called Chicago Bricks is a real head turner! Of course, we're also partial to the name!
No matter your budget, we can help develop your design so that every guest who enters your home or rental property will leave speechless!