7 Designing Trends for Home Remodeling
Investing in a house can be quite expensive, in terms of money, time and energy. You might build only one house in your lifetime but there’s nothing stopping you from remodeling it to keep up with the latest interior design trends. While some trends last for a few months, others linger on for much longer. These are the type of trends you may want to look at incorporating into your home. Let’s take a look at some of the interior design trends you may want to incorporate in your remodeling plans.
More Natural Light
Floor to ceiling windows is the ultimate luxury today. These large windows let in plenty of natural light and make your home look bigger and brighter. Unlike classical windows, these windows do not have small panes in a blocked framework but instead, have a single large pane. Changing your windows can also make the house more energy efficient by reducing the amount of artificial lighting required. If possible, you may also want to look into the possibility of breaking down certain sections of the wall and building more windows.
Smart Home Innovations
Almost everything can be done remotely today. From making a cup of coffee to start your day to open the door, everything can be controlled from your cellphone if you install the right smart appliances. There are refrigerators that remind you when it’s time to stock up, heating systems that can be pre-programmed, sound systems that can be synced or set to play different music in different parts of your home. There are endless smart updates you can make to your home and the best part is that they can be done in a phased manner to suit your budget.
It is said that the kitchen is the heart of a home. Whether you cook yourself or you’ve got hired help to cook for you, your kitchen should be big and airy. Open floor plans are most preferred for kitchens as they help maximize space. Technology is another element that plays a large role in kitchen remodeling. Today, appliances have become smart and can be integrated into every corner of your kitchen. In terms of kitchen aesthetics, rushed stainless steel and nickel are the most popular look for appliances while grey cabinets are the rising star.
Bathrooms today are not just spaces to bathe and perform your ablutions. Bathrooms are now being designed to be bigger, more luxurious spaces. Separating your wet and dry areas is a great idea. Technology has made inroads here too with heated toilet seats, temperature controlled showers and heated floors. You may also choose to incorporate tablet screens and sound systems into your bathroom. For homes where the bedroom and bathroom are not connected directly, remodeling may also include turning your bed and bath area into a suite setting, with customized walk-in closets and spa-like bathrooms.
Interesting Ceiling Treatments
Even though the ceiling may not be the first thing you notice when you enter a home, it has immense design value. Remodeling your ceilings is a quick and easy way to make your home look trendy without disrupting your life. You can make your ceilings look interesting in many different ways. In some cases, simply adding exposed beams can do the job. In others, you could consider vaulted ceilings or elegant crown moldings. With the range of prefabricated construction materials available today, this does not need to be a very cumbersome project.
For builders and homeowners both, sustainability is a pressing concern. Every time a home is remodeled, it must be made more energy efficient and its carbon footprint must be minimized. An easy way to do this is by using prefabricated building material like AAC Blocks in your remodeling. Using these Blocks speeds up the construction timeline and minimizes pollution caused by transport trucks. They are also more energy efficient as compared to red bricks and hence help reduce your energy consumption for temperature maintenance.
With the improvements and technological advancements in material production, it is now easier for homeowners to bring in natural or natural-look-alike materials into their home. Flooring tiles can now be chosen to mimic the look of stone or wood, without spending a fortune on the maintenance and price points associated with real stone or wood. Another material that has become quite popular is faux marble. This makes homes look more luxurious.
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