5 Things You Never Knew You Need In Your Interior Designs

If you’re thinking about renovating your homes, you must have looked at a ton of ideas so far! However, looking at random designs does not mean that you actually need them! So today, we’ve compiled a list of 5 things you never knew you needed in your interior designs!



1. Sliding doors

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What’s the best way for you to get rid of those pesky doors and go for a seamless wall aesthetic at the same time? It’s by opting for the sliding door aesthetic. You can use the same material to clad an entire wall and camouflage the door inside of it. It’s a great way to go for an uninterrupted visual sequence in your interior designs!



2. Herringbone subway tile backsplash

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Backsplashes are always hard to choose, but you can go for a standout one by choosing a subway tiled one with a herringbone patterned twist! Instead of going for a typical backsplash, going for this concept can help you make a nice, instantly impactful aesthetic. You can even pair it up with lusciously contrasting stone countertops for the best effect!




3. Bedroom bay windows

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The bedroom is always a personal sanctuary, but you can always make it even more of a private haven by going for a beautiful bay window. It doesn’t have to be large and the view doesn’t have to be particularly awesome – just having a small space to sit by and look out on one of those cool windy days is enough of a reason to go for it!




4. Partially transparent bathrooms

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Partially transparent bathrooms are the next big step in interior design. You can visually connect the dry areas of the bathroom to your bedroom to make the space seem larger. You can even go for a beautiful vanity design to make the whole space look luxurious. If you don’t want a total visual connection, then try to opt for a frosted glass effect!




5. Mirror cutwork

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So sometimes, having a full length feature mirror wall in your homes can be disconcerting. When you feel like that’s the case, worry not; we’ve got an amazing idea for you! You can go for the ‘mirror cutwork’ aesthetic. This allows you to get the same illusory quality, but with small breaks in the mirror that can feature a customized design of your own liking!

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