Curtains are often a good choice versus blinds, shades, and other window treatments, as the fabric of curtains can make a room seem cosier and more relaxing. Fabric can also muffle sound from inside and outside the home, and insulate the home as well. However, it can be difficult to choose the best curtains for your home since there are so many different options for both the size and pattern. To ensure you opt for curtains you truly love in your home, note a few common mistakes to avoid when shopping.
When most people pick up a glass shower screen, they automatically go for glass that is completely transparent. However, many homeowners prefer glass screens that are slightly or completely opaque, and there will generally be two options from which to choose from shower screen manufacturers: acid etched glass or sandblasted glass.
There's really no overall right option between the two, but each type of glass does come with its own benefits and drawbacks.
Window treatments are actually more important for a home than you may realize; they not only block the sun from coming through the windows, but they also add style, warmth and charm to a home. You might compare them to accessories that finish an outfit and make it look complete. When you're ready to shop for window treatments, note a few simple but important tips to remember.
For smaller spaces
A kitchen splashback occupies the wall space above the cooktop or sink and serves to protect the wall from grease, oil, splashes among other kitchen stains that occur when you're preparing food in the kitchen. The question is, with a wide variety of materials, patterns, colours and finishes to choose from, how do you select the right splashback for your kitchen? Here are 5 tips to help make kitchen splashback shopping a walk in the park.
Colour schemes for bathrooms are subject to swings and changes, as anyone who has ever lived in a house with a pastel yellow 1970s bathroom or a peach 1980s bathroom can attest. Having a bathroom colour scheme that is dated can lower the resale value of your home as well as making it harder to find tenants in a rental. Here are some tips.
While having a bathroom that is all one colour can be very on trend one year, you may end up feeling that the bathroom looks a little dated over time.