If you’re tired of having a home full of neutral furnishings and paint — a la the prevailing design trends of recent years — but feel a bit skittish about completely reversing course, you’re certainly not alone.
Most people have a time when they want to change the look and feel of their house. They might research the choicest home design trends for this autumn, or speak to an interior designer or professional landscaper. If you’re wanting to make your home more luxurious, this can be achieved whether you have a large or small budget. If you’re looking for some tips and suggestions, read on because that’s what this article’s all about.
Water features are usually fountains or ponds that add a decorative element to a backyard or garden. They can add a sense of tranquility and relaxation, and the sound of running water can also mask other noises from the outside world. Your water feature should be placed in an area where it’ll get enough sunlight, and be away from any trees or shrubs that could drop leaves
Dalamar Homesa female-owned custom home builder based in Middle Tennessee, partnered with Clarksville-based Crane Fitness Equipment to expand its offerings for customers looking to build a custom home. Through this partnership, Dalamar Homes’ customers can incorporate uniquely designed fitness spaces into their custom home layouts.
Founded by Dayla Martin in 2006, Dalamar Homes offers affordable solutions for customers across Middle Tennessee and Central Kentucky looking to invest in a custom home. Dalamar Homes’ innovative custom-home-building process allows customers to choose from various products and finishes to match their style preferences, including design options for interior spaces, exterior finishes, pool design and more.
“We’re eager to continue expanding our service offerings to allow customers to design
homes that are uniquely theirs while incorporating spaces suited to their lifestyles,”
Martin said. “Our new partnership with Crane Fitness Equipment is an exciting step in
that direction, enabling customers to design more creative
Take heart, though: Even the most color-shy people don’t have to be banished to