While the lockdowns inspired some to give their homes and gardens a much-needed manicure, the summer of 2021 is set to revolutionise interior trends and garden trends, with more and more people looking to turn their homes into a place of peace and serenity.
Often people say that they can't afford to renovate their homes or that they simply don't have the time, but if the pandemic taught us anything, it's that your home should be a place where you can both work and relax, even if we’re enroute to the unlocking roadmap - our homes have proved to be the safest place on earth.
It's hard to pick a starting point when it comes to interior design ideas, so let's start simple:
2021 is the year of new palettes and harnessing the power of nature. Earth colours have emerged as the latest chic interior design trend, with people opting for earthy greens and dark blues to combine serene natural colours with strong, rich tones.
It seems we all need to remember to remain firm and steadfast with everything that has gone on, and what better way to do that than by enriching your walls with strong natural colours.
If you're stuck for garden space, why not turn your indoor space into a rich, natural and organic sanctuary. With biophilic design, you can invite the outside world into any space you choose.
Instead of having a UPVC bathroom, why not try using marble, granite or natural limestone to create a durable, waterproof place to refresh and unwind.
Whether you're looking to turn your garden space into a place to enjoy a glass of wine on the weekend or looking for a spot to start growing your fruit and vegetables, there are lots of different home kitchen garden ideas to consider.
Turning your garden into a fruit and vegetable patch can be one of the most cost-effective and enjoyable things you can do. Not only will it save you money from not having to buy from the supermarket, but it'll also give you an excuse to spend more time outdoors in nature.
Watching things grow and tending to nature has been proven to increase physical and mental health, so if the past year has been getting to you, this could be the solution!
Although living in the UK has lots of excellent benefits, the weather is not always one. We are often forced to stay indoors for much of the calendar due to rain, snow, sleet - you name it.
So, if you want to get the most out of your garden, it's essential to create some protection from the elements.
Awnings and cabins are a great way to do this, as they allow you to stay sheltered should you want to sit out on a rainy day. And, if you're looking to maximise your outdoor experience, you can add a heater to make it extra cosy!
If you’re looking for more tips on how to enhance your home or you want to know how home improvements can add value to your property, get in touch with our sales team today to find out more.