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Property March 28, 2018

How to Modernise Your Home With 5 Simple Steps

Whether you are looking to completely revamp your home or add some contemporary touches. In this blog we discuss how to modernise your home with just a few simple steps.

Update Your Lighting

You may not think it, but lighting can have a huge impact on the look of your home. Lighting styles change very frequently so can date easily. Take a look at the latest lighting trends and introduce some brand-new lighting options such as stylish standing lamps or minimalist desk lights.

Choose New Blinds and Curtains

Windows take centre stage in any room so it’s important to make sure they are kept looking fresh. Light colours make your room look automatically bigger and will keep your home looking modern for longer. Why not invest in the latest motorised blinds to really wow your guests.

Keep it Minimalist

A cluttered house always looks shabby and lived in but even when things are tidied away, if you have a lot of furniture your property could look a little chaotic. New modern homes take a more minimalist approach using as little furniture as possible and maximising floor space. This makes the property look light and even take on a show home quality.

Update Your Wallpaper

Much like lighting, wallpaper dates quickly especially if you have a patterned wall. Choose more neutral colours to help modernise your home and add a contemporary touch. Or even get rid of the wallpaper all together. Brick walls are very popular at the moment providing a great contrast between traditional and contemporary.

Buy Statement Pieces

As statement pieces are artistic they will never age. They add a quirky touch to your property and once more you will love them as they have been chosen by you, for you. Many modern homes may have a minimalist feel but you will always find a fantastic piece of furniture to really catch your eye.

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