Which doors to buy in your home?
The key to deciding which interior doors to get and which you want to leave alone is to remember that they can have a huge impact on the way you live your life.
A new report by The Independent reveals that some people are really into the idea of adding new furniture to their homes, with a high percentage of people opting for a “living room, kitchen, dining room and living room” theme, with the rest preferring to keep everything else.
The Independent’s research shows that people with an interest in the idea are more likely to like the modern design of their home than those who aren’t.
And with so many different styles and materials on offer, it can be a challenge to find a home that’s exactly what you want.
While many people are happy to live with an assortment of doors, the study also suggests that a home with a more modern interior design is more likely to be considered “semi-detached” and “detached”, as opposed to “semitised”.
It also suggests this is because, even if you have a few more square feet in your house, it’s more likely that your neighbours are going to be aware of it than if you had more “detachable” space.
So how do you decide which doors to purchase?
The Independent’s experts have a number of tips on how to decide which to get, from “how much space do you want in your front yard to how much space you need for your kitchen and living space to the type of décor you’d like to see on your walls and ceilings” to “how old you want your house to be”.
And the biggest challenge is knowing which style you want: “Most people prefer a minimalism, but if you are looking for something a little more formal, then a modern design is often the way to go,” the report says.
For example, while the majority of people want a modern home with more floor space, a quarter of the homes surveyed have a living room, and the remaining 25% have a dining room.
The report suggests that the best way to judge the design of your home is to compare it to the average of the different styles in your area.
“In some cases, you might be able to tell whether your home fits into one of these categories, depending on how close it is to your neighbours, the type and amount of space you use and how much you are willing to pay for it,” it says.
“For example: if you live in a smaller town where people have access to the street, then your home might be more “secluded” and would be more likely considered semi-detachable.”
But the report does suggest that people can choose from different styles by going online and looking at different home websites, including the “Urban Style”, “Neighbourhood Style”, and “Urban Design” forums.
So whether you prefer a minimalist, rustic, modern, or modern-looking home, here are a few different ways to decide what to buy.
Modern, Detached or Semi-Detached?
Modern, detached or semi-retail style?
You can choose between two options when choosing your home, with “modern” being the most popular choice, followed by “detail” and then “urban”.
The survey also reveals that people who like a minimalist home will be more open to “modern designs” and will “value smaller spaces” than people who prefer to live in “detailed” homes.
However, when it comes to decorating, the survey reveals that “detailing” homes are the most sought after, with almost three quarters of the people surveyed wanting to add more “art and design” to their home.
“It is likely that you are going for a semi-detail, minimalist design,” the study’s authors say.
“The house is more open-plan, with lots of natural light and shade, so it would be a great choice for a young family looking for an ‘art house’ and a quiet, quiet home.”