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Home Improvement 101: 5 Tips to Remodel Your Home Without Having Too a Hard Time

From rustic designs to structural or skeletal finishes, now the industrial-inspired place has also seized the exterior and interior design industry like a flash of light. If you’re thinking of giving your home a great touch of industrial style, you must know that it won’t be easy and can be a juggling act for you. 

However, changing the furniture and paying to the tiniest details when doing home remodelling won’t be a piece of cake. It’s a good thing that this article got you covered on your home remodelling dilemma. 

Here, you’ll discover some of the best tips you can follow as you go along with the process of industrialising your place. So, look no further and continue browsing the following pages before you head off to your home transformation operations.

1. Carry out more mechanical features for an absolute industrial style.

If you’ve been eyeing to bring an efficient and more appealing industrial touch to your home, then you must carry more mechanical features for an absolute industrial look.

Start by considering pulley-inspired lighting bulbs, more industrial dining chairs from the kitchen to the living room, and more mechanical patterns on the walls and fixtures. When buying industrial dining chairs, you can choose different chair designs to create a more eye-catching accent to your home.

For more tips about buying or shopping for the best industrial dining chairs, check out this article: 5 Steps to Choose the Best Pieces of Industrial Dining Chairs for Your Home.

2. Pick the best industrial design inspiration or reference to follow.

To make the entire process more manageable and faster for you to bring the industrial look into your humble home, you might want to get a reference or inspiration from your most favourite industrial home interior/exterior designs. It can be from the building you saw while travelling abroad or a random home interior design you saw on Pinterest.

But if you don’t have an inspiration or a reference yet, you may take a walk downtown or check out the old buildings in your city where you can find lots of industrial design ideas. You can also browse the internet or scan through magazines.

3. Familiarise yourself with the rustic metals of your choice.

Your home will look a lot industrialised if you put more rustic metals or iron touches. You can incorporate the rustic metal patterns with cabinets, doorknob hardware, fixtures, lighting, plumbing, and so on.

You can find them at the nearest industrial stores near you or get them customised for you. Remember to choose high-quality ones only even if they seem more expensive than the other items.

4. Pay attention to giving your exteriors an industrial style as well.

Forgetting about the home exteriors is merely one of the common mistakes of other people who are renovating their home. Well, if you don’t want your home to look a lot like a disaster for having a mixture of patterns and unmatched features, you better not lose your efforts on paying attention to your exteriors too!

You can bring the industrial vibe out on your exteriors by adding modern lighting bulbs and more mechanical features outside your doorsteps.

5. Play with the details by mixing and matching them together.

Last but not least of the tips here is by learning how to mix and match. This technique works 99.99% of the time for home renovations.

It creates more impact and strengthens the industrial look more and more. Improving or refurbishing your humble and lovely home doesn’t necessarily mean purchasing brand-new pieces and sets of furniture.

You can put the old and new ones together in one place, such as your old dining table mixed and matched with your newly-purchased stainless steel fridge and cabinetry. Once you give this idea a chance, you’ll for sure have no regrets about the results. 

What do you think about these home remodelling tips?

And that’s a wrap! Home remodelling is undeniably not a walk in the park. That’s why you may also want to consider working with an architect, engineer and interior design experts, especially when working on major home renovation projects.

If you have more thoughts or home improvement tips that you want to share, don’t hesitate to give us a nudge and tell us your ideas in the comment section below.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kath Ramirez took up journalism as her Bachelor’s Degree with a Bachelor of library and information science on the side and now writes for a few Australian, European, and NZ-based companies. She spends her weekdays in front of her computer writing about business, lifestyle, health and fitness, sports, travel, dating and relationship, and everything under the sun. On weekends, you’ll either see her binge-watch on Netflix, cuddling with her fur babies, bonding with her family or devouring her mom and sisters’ homemade goodies.

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