- When Updating Historical Homes, Don't Lose The Soul
- Dress Up Your Next Model Home with Custom Air Return Vent Grilles
- Make Your Next Custom-Build Home Special with Columns, Capitals, and Corbels
- Remodeling Old Houses Often Means Maintaining the Historic Look of the Home
- Replace Weather-Worn Column Capitals with New Ones that Maintain the Historic Integrity of Your Home
- Wood Vent Grilles Add a Unique Touch to Model Homes
- Make Sure Your Next Custom Build Project Includes Crown Molding in Every Room
- Have Your Corbels Rotted Off? Replace them with New Ones from Pattern Cut
- Crown Molding Adds a Classic Touch to Any Room in the House
- Wood Vent Grilles Make Your Model Homes Stand Out from the Crowd
Air return vent grilles are a stock feature in almost any home, but why not use them to improve the aesthetics of even the plainest new builds?
Just take a moment to consider this scenario: A living room is fitted with two larger air returns.
Problem: The ugly metal grilles were fast and easy for the crew to install, but they are not really enhancing the look of the room. Though the home has gorgeous base moldings, flooring, and appealing colors, the room looks unappealing because of those ugly grilles.
Solution: Swap them out with custom air vent grilles and things are instantly turned around.
The biggest element that goes into staging a model home is psychology, believe it or not. When a buyer walks into a model home, the home has to make them feel comfortable – without being exactly personalized to their unique style, so that it also works for other buyers. This means that builders and home sellers have to think hard about what types of details to add.
One great way to add charm to a room without ruining this careful balance is to add decorative flex crown molding or picture moldings.
Thinking of having your home or hotel designed or redecorated the Baroque way? Indeed it's an interesting way to showcase a lavish lifestyle, impress guests, and wake up daily to luxuriously beautiful surroundings. This extravagant style goes a long way back, but continues to be utilized for many upscale homes and establishments.
Here are the 6 important elements you need to keep in mind when browsing for furniture, lighting, and decors you'd like to include in your Baroque interiors:
We have all probably watched the show “This Old House” on home re-design and renovation or similar shows on HGTV. As many of us know from experience that taking an older house and upgrading it to a newer home can be an expensive and challenging task especially if you are doing it yourself without the hassle of costly labor and inconvenient intrusions from a work crew. You have to do both the exterior and interior of the home and make it look new again.
Suppose you have an older house with an interior that is constructed of cedar or pine tongue and groove which still looks wonderful after a good cleaning. Yet still, some key things are missing or seem inconsistent with how you want the overall interior to look. You're going to need to add some extra things. Here are a few good ideas.