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How to bring a modern style to a new build home

New build homes have become a popular option for buyers. Boasting a modern design and often available on help to buy schemes, these new build properties are perfect for first time buyers. However, as stylish as they can be, they do tend to lack character.

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If you’re looking to add style and personality into your new build property, below you’ll discover some of the best ways to do it.

Choosing the right furniture

One of the best ways to add personality into the home is with the right furniture. New builds tend to come with a very minimal design. So, you’ll want to focus on furniture which adds real character into the home such as a fireplace, a cosy chair, a bookcase and maybe a piece or two of antique furniture.

Investing in a couple of rustic pieces of furniture can provide a beautiful contrast in a new build home.

Make use of soft furnishings

Soft furnishings can be equally as great for adding character into a new build. Sofa throws, cushions, rugs and even the blinds you choose can all help to show off your personality. If the property comes with a skylight, why not consider adding stylish blinds to add a cosier feel, such as the ones found through brands such as Swift Direct Blinds.

While you don’t want to overdo it with the sift furnishings, adding a few to each room will give it a much more welcoming feel.

Add a fresh coat of paint

As with most properties on the market, new builds feature a very neutral, clean design. The walls are painted white to provide a fresh appearance. However, white walls don’t exactly produce the cosiest feel in the room. So, if you really want to add character, why not add a fresh coat of paint?

You could go with bolder colours on the wall to create a real personality in the room. Interior designers also recommend mixing a few different colours of paint together to produce a truly complex and interesting design. Or, why not consider adding a statement wall? You can use wallpaper, rather than paint to add texture into the room.

These are just some of the ways you can add personality into your new build. You don’t have to have a huge budget. Start gradually adding your personality into the property. It’s over time that a new build will truly develop a personality as it becomes more lived in and renovated.




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