You may remember that recently I have been talking about how to save money. Sometimes spending money can also have huge benefits. One benefit is increasing your property value. This is a great way to make a long term investment. So when I was asked if I would share a great infographic with you I thought it would be a great idea. I love all of these tips so thought that you would to!
Here are the top interior design trend for 2016 and how you can increase the value of your property...
Your home is your castle.
It is the place you spend time, money and effort making it look and feel like yours. You want it to look modern, with your own twists and flair.
We live in a digitised age which means more and more interior design schemes include the gadgets and the digital technology as being integral to it. Colours are everywhere, can set the mood for a room and for you too.
And then there are other pressures and responsibilities, all of which you must rise to. For example, responsibility to the environment, both on a local and global scale, is no longer something we can all
duck out of. We need to heat and light our homes without damaging the planet we live on.
And then, you want to add value. No change you make to your home should detract from its aesthetic value and appeal; neither should it diminish its financial value.
How to add value and comfort to your home
From fixing leaky taps to making sure the interior is in tip-top condition, there are all kinds of things you can do to add value to your home – and all without ripping its soul out and starting again.
Minimal interior designs, you may think, only exist in the pages of glossy magazines or in the homes of celebrities but your home too, can be minimal and still be homely.
From replacing a staircase with a piece of interior architectural beauty, to adding a conservatory or a new kitchen, your home can be an even better, more stylish and much-improved castle.
I hope that this post has given you lots of ideas on how you can improve your property.
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post