By Lorette Modeste. Home Design. Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 16:56:06 PM.
Architectural style. Choosing the style of architecture for your home is like fashion in a sense. Some people choose to wear certain brands of clothing to define their overall being. They choose certain brands due to the look, style, and quality of said brand. When a homeowner makes a choice on a residential architectural style, that same mindset is usually in play.
Now, you may be wondering why we put the budget after creating a wish list aesthetic. Simply put, it’s because we know that there is more than one way to create a signature look. Between thrifting and DIY projects, it’s absolutely possible to pay homage to a certain style without breaking the bank. You may just have to get a little creative.
Having 10 foot, 12 foot, or 14 foot tall walls can break up the monotony of a single level building quite nicely if done sparingly and in-line with the styles of architecture you are mimicking. The third exterior option is to use tall windows to break up the horizontal lines. By doing so it allow your eyes to travel vertical giving you a sense of height.
If you do have a wall that opens up to the outdoors, new large windows can really let in natural light, making the space look and feel much larger. Remember, your color choices should mesh with and complement your furniture and decor. With each piece playing off the rest, your new rec room will provide endless hours of entertainment, while creating value out of an area that was once wasted space. So take advantage of that extra square footage and transform your basement to a room your family will love.
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