With 2014 in the books, it’s time to create your New Year’s resolution for your home and start planning and designing your living space for 2015.
If your kitchen looks more like a brown bag than a gourmet diner, you might want to consider remodeling; re-tiling with salvage subway tiles, or custom ordering your own farm table is a step in a fabulous direction. Does your bathroom make you cringe rather than chill? Why not give it a new look using reclaimed bath fixtures and vintage lighting? With something as simple as replacing your cupboard knobs, you can change the ambiance from stressed to spa quickly and easily.
Looking for a bigger, more spectacular change? Why not install a salvaged or reclaimed wood mantle over your existing fireplace? Not spectacular enough? Change all the lighting fixtures in your home with vintage chandeliers, sconces, or industrial lamps.
It wouldn’t hurt to add a bit of drama using salvaged corrugated chicken wire glass as statement pieces in your living room or kitchen.
Olde Good Things is the one stop location for designers and end-users alike to come up with great ideas for all your future design plans both for your living or business spaces. This year is only just beginning, but it holds much promise, especially for those who really want to keep their New Year’s Resolutions of creating a home that is all about them, their tastes, and their budget.
Add to your 2015 calendar plans to visit any or all of our four New York City showrooms, our LA store and our huge National Warehouse locations in Scranton, PA.