Getting a property investment for yourself either for residential or business purposes can be quite an exciting experience. There’s so much to do but then again there too is so much to look forward to. It can be pretty thrilling to decorate your home and at the same time exhilarating to open up shop for your company whatever it may be. However, owners need to remember that all that excitement should be used in a god way. Do not let it ruin things and rain on your parade. Sometimes when we are too hyped up, we tend to commit mistakes and blunders that do harm instead of good regardless of intentions. To avoid that from happening, be forewarned of the following design blunders for your property investment.
Blunder # 1: Buying furniture with the wrong measurements. – You have to measure the place out and have a good idea as to where you will want to place your furniture especially the humungous ones. The same holds true when you head out to shop. You do not want to get items that do not fit right. Yes you may be able to return and exchange them but that would be such a huge hassle and waste of time.
Blunder # 2: Keeping things too safe and bland. – You want a room that inspires you and not the other way around. Do not be afraid to allow your creative juices to take charge. Stir clear from the ordinary. Ditch the boring.
Blunder # 3: Making the place look awfully cramped and busy. – See to it that you provide ample space to move and work around. You don’t want anyone to feel claustrophobic. At the same time do not overdo your decorating and make the place too busy and worked up. Find a good balance.
Blunder # 4: Lack of proper and adequate lighting. – Different rooms depending on purpose will need varying degrees or amounts of light. Provide for these properly because poor visual can decrease productivity and make room for accidents.
Blunder # 5: Absence of apt ventilation. – The place has to be well ventilated to allow air to circulate better, to prevent humidity and to ensure comfort for everyone.
Blunder # 6: Not decorating based on purpose. – What is your property investment for? Regardless of what it is, be sure that you decorate based on the very purpose of your asset. Do not decorate it for what it is not.