How To Modernize Your Home 

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Perhaps you’ve had the chance to take a good, objective view of your home recently, and you’ve noticed something; you’ve not changed anything for years. Everything is just as it always has been, and it’s no longer the modern space you used to live in. Fashions and trends have moved on, and your home has been left behind. 

Don’t worry; time moves fast, and it’s not everyone who is happy to redecorate their homes on an annual basis to keep up with it and the ideas for décor it brings with it. However, if it’s been a while and it really is time to bring your home into the current age, here are some of the best things to do to modernize your property. 

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Embrace Open Plan Living 

If you want to create a modern style in your house while also generating extra space, the open plan lifestyle is one of the best contemporary home design ideas. Planning the various zones in your home before tearing down walls is a good idea. For example, a bar could divide your kitchen from your dining room, whereas carpets are a fantastic aesthetic transition from your dining room to your living space. 

Depending on what needs to be done and which walls have to move, this can either be a relatively quick, potentially even DIY task, or it might require residential architects and experts. Get professional advice before you begin to ensure you know what is going to be best in your situation. 

Use Statement Colors 

Many people believe that contemporary house design is all about white, grey, and black color schemes. This is a common mistake. Pops of color are a great way to liven up a space and give it a unique personality. With vibrant wall art or a dramatic color palette for your couches or carpets, and even patterned Kitchen Splashbacks from Custom Splashbacks, you can bring color into your house without going overboard. You can use a color wheel tool if you’re not sure what colors to employ in your house.

Opt For Floorboards 

There are certain drawbacks to using carpets in your home, such as the difficulty of cleaning them and the appearance of wear and tear. In the event that you’re ready and prepared to make some significant alterations to your home, floorboards could be a fantastic option because of their contemporary appearance and their ability to withstand the test of time. Lighter colors make your space seem bigger and brighter, while darker tones provide a more dramatic and rustic vibe in your house if you’re looking for a more dramatic and edgy design.

Incorporate Glass

Adding glass to your living, dining, and bathroom spaces is an excellent way of bringing in more natural light while also maintaining the look of a modern house. Bathrooms can be given a more contemporary feel by installing transparent shower screens, for example. 

Elsewhere, you could try installing glass walls with panels to divide the living and dining areas while keeping the open plan feel of the space intact.

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