When I bought our forever dwelling I was shocked at the amount of wood in it.
I had wood ceilings, walls, trim, baseboards as well as the carpets that were brown.
I hated that the dwelling looked colonial. It even came with an outdated wood stove as well as wallpaper with little houses on it. I knew I needed to make the dwelling look more modern… The setback is that I don’t genuinely have an eye for interior design. Rather than spend a bunch of currency on furniture as well as pillows that I might not care for in a few months, I called in the professional. I was surprised that the man enjoyed our dwelling immensely. He kept telling myself and others that the place had great bones or a good canvas to work with. I didn’t actually believe the man, I thought our dwelling looked like it was from the 70s as well as couldn’t be fixed. The interior designer got to work on the theme rustic meets traditional. He had the desire to keep some of the wood touches while adding a new flair. I gave the man uninterrupted work while I stayed in our rental dwelling that I had a few weeks left on the lease. Once it was time for myself and others to transfer in, I got to see the final product. Rustic meets traditional is honestly a cool theme. The interior designer kept our wood ceilings however sanded as well as painted our wood walls white. There is no longer carpet, however grey/cement style tile. I have all current ceiling fans, curtains as well as furniture in the dwelling too. This was expensive, however, I was fortunate that I literally needed to do no work as well as our dwelling is perfect.