After taking on a supposedly heavy mortgage to build or to buy a house, you may be thinking that décor of the house is out of the question due to the finances. But you still can make it a reality if you know what to do with a limited budget. Finer points matter Paying attention to the little details can matter a lot. For your house to look high-end, even when using not so expensive stuff and to have a custom-made façade you must pay attention to the smallest details. For example, a simple thing like crown molding can help a lot. It makes a ceiling have a “finished” look. Crown molding can bring the ceilings and walls seamlessly together; if it is missing there might seem like something is missing. It is also quite cheap compared to many other tactics to make a place look expensive. It can be molding in floors and columns as well. To have a complete “finish” you can use caulking for doors and wall ends. Colours matterColour can be an elegance factor; especially if you are planning to have colour as a theme, choosing the right ones could be difficult. There are some special colours which can bring in the “touch”. You can choose to go daring and dramatic with black or red; Or you can go soft, minimalist hues. It could be soft mauves and easy pastels. Usage of colours can say something about your choices as well. So even if you go for black and dark or white and spacey, be careful not to mess it up with something garish like gold colour. If the walls are black make sure you add same colour accessories to the space to match the design and bring it all together.
Doors and windows matter
Even though you might not have the inkling to go for it, windows and doors are important. They must be treated or from outside it will look like an old, decaying house. That will give the house a cheap feeling even though the inner looks good. The fact that window treatments could be done in even a tight budget should be taken in to consideration. If there are any glass repairs Melbourne to be done first you must attend to it. When choosing draperies, make sure you go for something which matches the walls and floor, not to mention the whole theme of the house. Avoid buying anything too flimsy; if you don’t like the clothes materials try installing bamboo ones. Try to make the house look good not just to show off to the visitors but also to have a positive feeling when you walk in.