Let’s hope that there’s no repeat of the situation in the future, but for some, lockdown wasn’t all that bad.
It saw lots of people crack on with home improvements that they’d had on the backburner forever.
You may have done the same, or be using the summer to focus on enhancing your property.
If you’re about to embark on a home improvement project, these are the trends to emerge, and possibly imitate, in the first-half of 2020.
It’s always interesting to find out what the top home trend is at the moment and according to a recent study, it’s the Scandi-style, a design movement that first originated in the 1930’s.
A very minimalist craze, Scandi-design is known for its simplicity and functionality. Were you to venture into a Scandi-styled space, you would be met by a pared back, uncluttered room, with wooden flooring, cool grey and blue textiles and a host of eco-friendly materials.
We could all do with a bit of a lift after what’s gone on. It’s amazing how a few bright colours indoors can make you smile again.
It seems that our best interior designers are on a mission to raise the mood of the nation, incorporating bright colours and variations of yellow, pink and orange into their personal colour palettes.
Try not to overdo it with a bold finish though. Less is always more!
Your garden may have helped you cope better with lockdown than you would have done without it.
That outdoor air does you the world of good, and you should continue enjoying it as much as you can, which you will do if you have a bi-folding door or patio door that opens out your house to the garden.
Bi-folds are a big favourite with those wanting to create a garden opening and they look sensational.
You can get a fantastic price for a new bi-folding door in our HUGE summer sale. Visit our Special Offers page to obtain a priority quote.
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