Published: 30/07/2023 By Allan Fuller
You may have some wacky ideas that looked good in a TV home interior show or magazine item, but in practice wild and way out does not appeal much.
A design theme should progress through a property, big variations of décor and styles of furniture just create confusion. Wild colour choices might seem great fun, but most likely a big turn off for a buyer. Ditch the deep purple walls and dayglow orange ceiling.
Yes, kitchens can be very stylish, but they are not just a fashion statement, they need to be practical and workable, with plenty of storage to reduce the clutter.
Bathrooms might seem non-contentious, wet rooms have become very fashionable, but most of us do occasionally like wallowing in a bath, perhaps with a glass of something bubbly and candlelight, so don’t ditch the bathtub, just have a shower as well.