A Crown Fit for a Queen
Installing crown molding, with a wide trim, on your cabinets, windows, and/or ceilings can quickly and easily create a high-end looking space. Many grand interiors utilize plaster molding, which can incorporate intricate and distinctive designs. For a more classic (and luxe for less) look, go with solid wood or MDF molding; both of these materials can be customized to match almost any taste.
Renovations Fit for a Ruler
You can achieve a regal look with furniture that you already have. For a quick facelift, all you need is sandpaper, primer, and a fresh coat of paint. For an even more grand, personal touch, use a piece of furniture—such as a dresser—in a completely new way!
Details Fit for a Duchess
Wood flooring may seem like a splurge, but it will pay off in the future. Unlike carpet, which should be replaced every few years, wood flooring is durable and offers a sleek design to any room. For a really detailed look try laying the wood in a new pattern (diagonally or herringbone are popular examples).
Finishes Fit for a Fortress
If your kitchen is in need of a little TLC, door knobs and drawer pulls can look luxurious without having to break the bank (and as a bonus, this is an easy addition to the “honey-do” list). Choose a sleek, simple design for a modern update, or try mixing and matching designs for a customized look.
This Mother’s Day, you can have it all—get the look you want, without worrying about budget. Come into Nonn’s to check out the Dakota Collection by Top Knobs.
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