Interior design is very similar to fashion: there are trends!
When moving into a new place - whether purchased or rented - it is usually good to bring a personal touch to it.
Landlords do - in general - have a few white goods already installed such as a fridge, dishwasher, cooker and eventually a washing machine.
Always an exciting moment when it comes to make decisions regarding the setup of a living room, bedroom and overall the interior of your everyday living space.
Most of the time, the interior design and decor shows the kind of person who lives there.
Some places are cluttered and messy when others are just very minimal and neat.
The early stages of the 21st century saw the trend of that almost clinical and sterile feel with a lot glass tables and stainless steel kitchen appliances - it all looked minimalstic but cold.
When the global recession affected most families (tenants or owners), visions changed. Buyers were looking for something more solid, durable and with a kind of flexibility in the initial product.
Wood furniture can be raw and natural, varnished, painted or polished.
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Deciding which style to go for is usually the hardest topic and can even create serious stress.
Going for something iconic is an alternative and safe choice too. But is it that original?
This will certainly create a great subject of conversation when having friends or guests around asking various questions about its origin.
There is as well a high price tag to get the Real McCoy or even a repblica. All depends on your budget and financial means!
It is possible though to have a cabinet, table or chairs made to order and delivered all ready to put at the right emplacement. It will be quality and the care to put the several sections together is without a doubt seriously executed.
Professionals and experts are always producing good results as their reputation/image could be badly damaged. Social media can be very powerful for such things.
Getting cosy and stylish furniture is what counts. Trend can be odd and sometimes more painful than comfortable. The great advantage of wood products; they will last and can always be refurbished and maintenance is straight forward too. The importance is to nourish it regularly to keep that particular and unique touch/texture. Even a few scratches can be repaired unless you wish to give the surface some character.