How to Incorporate Your Personality into Your Home

When it comes to your home, I cannot stress enough the importance of making your home express your personality and preferences. Your place of living should uplift your spirits and make you happy, energizing you for the day ahead and helping you unwind for restorative sleep at night. It’s also a great opportunity to have some fun! Playing with colors, patterns, accessories, trinkets, scents and decor are a great way to add a pop of personalization to your safe haven.  By creating a space that is meant for you, it can build confidence and self-love.

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The Industrial Look

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This look isn’t just for unfinished spaces, it’s about proudly displaying the building materials that many try to conceal. It’s about adding a raw, unfinished look to the most thoughtfully designed homes. It’s about selecting pieces that are as much about function as style. Used in loft apartments, modern homes and commercial spaces around the world, industrial design showcases neutral tones, utilitarian object and wood and metal surfaces. Products such as Lightweight Concrete by Dekko, have helped foster a love of industrial design so you can bring this look home.

Glass Floors

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Modern homemakers today are looking for ways to give their homes a unique touch of luxury. They’re constantly on the lookout for ways to make their homes stand out from the lot and be the talk of the town. While there are many ways to achieve aesthetic brilliance in your homes, one of the most unique ways is through glass flooring.

While most conventional homes have tiled or wooden flooring, finding a home with a glass floor is a rare phenomenon. Its clean look coupled with a sophisticated finish helps it bring in a touch of royalty to the space. This makes it a luxurious choice as compared to wooden panels or ceramic tiles.

Stairs With Storage

Every home can use more storage. Fortunately, the often-neglected space beneath a staircase provides an ideal spot for drawers and cabinets. This stylish example of under stair storage, offers a discrete space to stash shoes and other goods. With its simple hardware and detailing, you’d have no idea there’s storage hiding behind the wall.

For more under-stairs storage ideas, click here.

Wine Cellar

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If you look forward to wine o’clock every evening, why not turn a spot in your home into a stunning wine room or wine cellar? You don’t need a large wine cave or hundreds of thousands of dollars to build one. All you need is a small area like a closet, pantry or corner to create your very own small wine cellar. Click here to find out how to emulate the most chic wine cellars out there. You can even use that under-stairs storage!



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