Adding value to your home with bespoke interiors

 

House prices are increasing, and the market looks like it could change drastically once the Stamp Duty holiday finishes. Now, many homeowners are looking for ways to increase and maintain a higher value for their home.

Here are some tips from our design team on ways to add value to your bespoke kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and the rest of your home:

Go open plan

Open plan living is a trend that will not be going away anytime soon. Renovating your home to create airy, spacious kitchen, dining and living areas will certainly improve the overall value of your home. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy your custom open plan space!

Create a home office

It’s likely that working from home will continue to be the norm for many who used to commute to the office every day. It is important that your office fits into the natural flow of your home and also that it can be used for multiple purposes if desired. Keep in mind that effective storage space is very important for this space.

By adding a versatile, functional office space to your home, you could attract buyers in a future sale.

Add in bifold doors  

Any way that you can allow more natural light to flow into your home will improve its value and make the space feel bigger. The highly popular bifold doors are a luxurious way to bring your home closer to nature and open up the space.

Invest in a custom kitchen

With families spending so much time at home, the kitchen – the heart of the home – is the most essential room in the house. Investing in a bespoke fitted kitchen that incorporates pieces best suited to the space can make a world of difference, not only to you but to potential buyers.

Add in luxurious touches like custom fitted pantries, practical and fabulous kitchen islands, built-in wine chillers, ornate backsplashes, coffee stations, and more. The possibilities are endless!

Keep it neutral

Minimalist designs and neutral colours can help make your home more attractive to potential buyers who may have different tastes than yourself. Use high quality materials in light colours to maintain a classy aura and invest in smaller detailed finishes like custom kitchen handles or hand painted corbels.

Build it to last

This seems like a no brainer, but some homeowners scrimp on low quality materials. Choose flooring and surfaces that doesn’t stain easily, invest in environmentally-friendly, quality appliances, build kitchens and bedrooms that last and choose bespoke furniture that fits perfectly in your home.

 

Bespoke Interiors designs luxurious bespoke kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms throughout Newcastle, Durham, Northumberland and the North East. We are currently offering a remote design service to continue to provide service to those wishing to refurbish and renovate while practicing safe social distancing. Contact us to discuss your project!