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    1. How To Renovate Your House Mid Winter

      Winter is coming and, with Christmas just around the corner, many people are trying to organise their whole indoor/outdoor spaces. When it comes to planning a new room, improving an old one or simply renovate something that you don’t feel like it’s working anymore, it’s important to have your final idea in mind, especially given the fact that it will significantly impact your overall budget.
      Let’s break down a simple plan that everyone can follow in order to successfully create the house of your dreams.

      1. Plan It, In Detail

      When it comes to interior design, whether if it’s done professionally or simply by following your DIY thoughts, planning the overall process is extremely important if not vital in order to succeed. Planning is not simply related to the actual execution, but it covers budgets, results and, most importantly, timeframes. Having a detailed plan it’s the core element of every single home design and renovation process, as said above, and it shouldn’t be underestimated.

      1. Understand Your Tools and Skills

      Many are trying to approach home renovation as a DIY process without having any particular knowledge within the matter. There are, in fact, many aspects that should be considered when it comes to DIY, ranging from the person’s practicality with tools to his own design experience. Generally speaking, we can safely say that home renovation applied to DIY is not an easy thing to do, especially if the space you want to improve isn’t small or it has been going through major changes in the past.

      1. Look At The Final Picture Before Acting

      Following your plan, you should always keep in mind how the final result should look like. Therefore, having a proper projection with you, especially if you are planning on building/using a particular kind of conservatory furniture or cane furniture since these items are generally bulky and will consume a lot of your living space.

      1. Don’t exaggerate

      When it comes to home renovation, whether if it’s DIY or professionally done, it’s important to keep in mind that the space you’re trying to create should represent you. Therefore, following high-level design tutorials on glass sculptures won’t be particularly useful. With these 4 tips in mind, your place will definitely look better in a (hopefully) easier way.