We would all like to have a little love nest that is nice to return to after a long day at work. Often times, in attempts to decorate our home, we get excited and make catastrophic mistakes that even expensive furniture and accessories cannot correct.
Furniture in the lobby
The hall is the first place a person sees when entering a home. Based on the state of the car, you can judge whether the owner has good taste or not. Cheap wall panel options often look unsuitable and spoil the appearance of the home. An excellent replacement can be elegant hooks screwed directly to the wall or decorative panels, as well as floor coat racks, as they aesthetically fit into any interior.
Glossy stretch ceiling
Glossy stretch ceilings have long been considered a relic of the past. Designers advise to stay away from bright colors and complex multi-level structures, giving preference to simple ceilings (white, smooth and matte). It does not matter if it is a stretch ceiling or plasterboard. By the way, the uniform shape of the roof will significantly save the budget allocated for repairs.
According to modern designers, gold colors, stucco trim, glassware, and other “luxury” items are examples of bad taste. Simplicity, restraint, and laconism are all the rage today. Therefore, it is best to replace the shiny gold door handles with neutral brass ones or, if you want to add a bit of creativity to the interior, with ones that are original antiques.