2016 Home Renovation Ideas

If your 2016 New Year’s resolution is to renovate your home then read on!

Sometimes our homes start to feel a little dull and boring. Incorporating fresh designs and new styles into your home can make a world of difference when it comes to aesthetics. At the end of the day, you spend a lot of your time at home and you want to be proud of your own space.

If you are renovating your home any time soon, take a look at these new trends for the New Year:

  1. Knock down a few walls

Open plan is still hot on the interior trend’s list for 2016. It is also important to make sure that the main colour themes and designs of the rooms flow into each other to create a harmonious space.

  1. Laminate kitchen surfaces

There are countless varieties of laminate patterns and colours that you can use for your kitchen counters and cabinets. As wood tones are back in fashion, you will be able to find stylish wood designed laminate surfaces that will make your kitchen look amazing!

  1. Bronze finishes

Bronze is in fashion! Adding bronze finishes to your home is so easy. You can apply durable bronze coloured plating to stainless steel products with PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) technology.

Bronze up your stainless steel balustrades, facets, towel hangers and grab rails with this amazing technology.

  1. Kitchen space is more important than living room space

As there are so many types of furniture options that can be used for your kitchen and dining area, a lot of smaller houses may opt for a larger kitchen and less or no living room space.

  1. USB ports in electrical outlets

To make your home more techno-friendly, consider combining USB ports with some of your electrical outlets in specific areas of your home.

  1. Integrate indoors and outdoors

When it comes to entertaining friends and family, creating a flow between the inside and outside areas of your home can add to a lovely social environment. You can do this by installing aluminium sliding doors. This ensures that you can create a unity between your outside patio/deck and your interior.