It’s no secret that Paradise is in the business of building homes, but there’s another side to it. We’re building homes that will fit you and your family’s life – your dreams, your hopes, your future. While it’s your decor, keepsakes, and personal touch that will make the home all your own, even our unfurnished homes are pretty fantastic all on their own. We work alongside in-the-know designers to create interiors that are luxurious, but at the same time warm and welcoming. We spoke with the interior designer at Turner Fleischer who worked on High Point’s amazing interiors. Here’s what she had to say.
This may come as a shock to some of us, but the truth of the matter is, that Thanksgiving is just around the corner! It seems as though we were just celebrating a summer long weekend, and that it couldn’t possibly be Thanksgiving already, but it’s only 2 weeks away! If the hosting duties have fallen to you this year, then there’s no harm in getting a head start. Not only can you start planning the menu, but you can start putting together some fun fall decorations to make your home extra festive this year. Here are some great Thanksgiving decor ideas to get you started!
Decorating a home is a process. It starts as a big picture – what style you want the home to reflect, what vibe you want it to project – and ends with the little details. Once you’ve picked colour schemes and purposes for each room it’s time to add the extra touches that give each room that certain je ne sais quoi. If you’re looking for a special piece to tie your whole room together, give it a punch of colour, or inject some extra personality into the design, why not consider an area rug? Here are some rooms and rugs to give you inspiration!
Ah, the gallery wall! This home decor trend has really made a name for itself over the last few years, and for good reason. Gallery walls are the perfect excuse to put number of your favourite pieces of art together, rather than having to decide on one big piece for your wall. They’re a great way to show off your personality, and are essentially impossible to get wrong. Whether you choose a themed collection or a random one, if you’re looking to make a bold statement on a wall in your home we suggest trying this trend out.
It’s common in real estate to deal in terms of square feet. It seems like an easily comparable number, or an apples-to-apples comparison. Price per square foot becomes the metric of value. This industry standard doesn’t account for true value, though. After all, this number is all-inclusive – garages, attics, closets, nooks and crannies, hallways – of space that, while you pay for it, isn’t an important, usable, necessary part of your home.