Do you consider yourself a full maestro in the interior design genre? Do you think you’ve got a handle on every detail of your home renovation? Well, we bet that you haven’t considered these 5 aspects at all. Let’s take a look:
1. Kitchen hardware
When the time for kitchen remodeling comes, homeowners tend to focus the most on either the finishes or the appliances. Rarely do people invest a bit of time on the hardware. In retrospect, it is one of the most important parts of the kitchen and needs to be treated that way. Good drawer, cabinet, and pantry hardware can not only help you optimize the space, but will also help you introduce a contemporary vibe in your space as well.
2. The selection of a hob
Apartment residents all around Singapore understand better than anyone how annoying a smoke alarm can get when you’re not careful enough with your cooking process. This is why the selection of your hobs is of the utmost importance while designing kitchens. Induction hobs are the best because most of them can be operated with a touch, come with awesome hoods, and are super easy to control.
3. The staircase railing
Another interior design detail that usually gets lost in the hub of the process is the staircase railing. However, note that it is quite an important one. Your railing has to match the theme of your home or it’s simply going to look out of place. For example, the railing for a traditional themed home is going to be totally different from the railing of a fully modern home.
4. The riser and tread
One of the most important details in all homes with stairs is the tread (which is the horizontally flat part of the stair) and the riser (which is the vertically oriented part of each stair). The height of each riser can never be greater than 7 inches or its going to become too steep for both children and adults to climb on. The tread can b somewhere between a minimum of 10 inches to 1 foot.
5. Avoid the splash
As far as the bathroom is concerned, the most important aspect is the partition. Even when you have a tub instead of a simple shower, there has to be a separation between it and the rest of the space so that you do not end up splashing.