Here’s what You Can Add To Every Room In Your Newly Renovated Home

While bulking up on ideas for an upcoming renovation is good for stimulating innovation, you also need to keep things as simple and organized as possible. So, here are 5 ideas for each room of your home so you can juggle things nicely:


1. A feature length cabinet

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Noble Interior Design

While everyone’s heard and typically go for the conventional top-and-bottom cabinet style for their kitchen interior designs, here’s something new to add to your palette; a feature length cabinet! It takes up the entirely of a wall and can be used to store objects and kitchen utensils of all sizes. You can cut out a small portion of the usual cabinets to make space for this, and even its façade can add something new to the visuals of your kitchens.


2. The atypical media wall

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Noble Interior Design

So you’ve got an unconventional bedroom layout and do not have space for the media wall, you can alter the periphery to make some space. Take the bedroom in this image as an example. It uses the periphery of the room to introduce some bespoke carpentry and use it as an in-built media wall at the same time. You’ll have a lot of opportunity to unleash your creativity this way as well.


3. Personalize your wardrobe doors

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Noble Interior Design

Thinking of using typical laminated plywood doors to finish your wardrobes with? Think again. It’s the only part of your closet that can add some aesthetic to the whole setting, and there are a lot of ways you can make it seem totally interesting. From customized grooving to bespoke door styles, and even small amounts of material variation can be used to make a difference when it comes to wardrobes.


4. Sleek bathroom fixtures

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Noble Interior Design

Typical shower stalls are all well and good, but what your bathroom actually needs is a nice dose of personality. You can get the best of both worlds – character and relaxation – by opting for a sleek soaking tub as the centerpiece of your bathroom. It doesn’t have to be overly large – just a sleek, compact one where you can soak away the day’s troubles is enough to make a difference.


5. A fun dining ambiance

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Noble Interior Design

While eating may be a form of sustenance, you don’t have to make your dining spaces one-track and boring to accommodate it. In fact, a good dining room aesthetic is imperative to have a fully stimulating appetite. From fun furniture to a visually appealing centerpiece and clever lighting – there are a number of things that you can do to make this space interesting.


No Comments Yet.

Leave a comment