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The Pros and Cons of Bespoke Interior Design

The Pros and Cons of Bespoke Interior Design
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“Bespoke” refers to an individual design, totally unique to the buyer, and only accessible by them. Phrases such as “custom designed” are also used, but “bespoke” is the most common word used. 

Bespoke interior design is an option that most people dream of having. Having a designer bring your home to life in a totally unique way is an amazing opportunity to achieve the home of your dreams. From the permanent fittings such as the floors and walls, to the finishing touches like wall hangings, a bespoke design experience is truly a remarkable one.

 

Nevertheless, there are some pitfalls to bespoke design. In this article we will show you the pros and cons of bespoke interior design, so you can decide if it is right for you as a homeowner. 

The Pros of Bespoke Interior Design

  1. Bespoke interior design is more elegant and beautiful.

Simply put, a home with bespoke furnishings and fittings is going to be more elegant and beautiful; there’s no doubt about it. Having a professional designer source and create furnishings and fittings that fit the exact shape, light, and size of your home will make it stand out ahead of other homes of a similar calibre. 

  1. Bespoke interior design allows you to charge more as a landlord.

If you plan to rent your house out to tenants, a bespoke interior design allows you to appeal to a more sophisticated market. Your home will go from an average home of its size and location, to a luxury accommodation fit for a higher price tag. This will allow you to increase the monthly rental charges; people will pay more to live in a stunning home with bespoke fittings.

  1. Bespoke interior design will increase the value of your home.

When you decide to sell your home, its value will be increased by the quality of fittings that a bespoke designer can offer.

The Cons of Bespoke Interior Design

  1. Bespoke interior design is extremely expensive.

Commissioning a bespoke designer for your entire house is very expensive, let’s face it! Bespoke kitchens, bathrooms, living spaces and bedrooms come at a price. If you have the money to invest, then the world is your oyster – but if you are going out on a limb just to afford a full bespoke service, you might need to consider this decision very carefully.

  1. Bespoke interior design focuses on a very specific taste: yours.

If you plan to rent the home out to tenants or eventually sell it on, be careful when choosing your bespoke fittings. If you have a very specific taste in home decor, it might not match up to the average person’s taste. If you are commissioning bespoke fittings for a rental home, make sure to make them neutral enough to fit most people’s preferences.

Final Thoughts

Bespoke fittings are an awesome way to enhance the beauty and price tag of your home. Make sure to consider all the options before you commission a bespoke interior designer to design your home fittings.

 

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