The silent revolution of small details

How to renovate the house without changing the furniture

The beginning of the new year always brings with itself a gust of freshness and change. This is the best moment for carrying out some small revolutions inside domestic walls and furnishing the house in an innovative and captivating way. The good news is that it is not necessary to have high budgets at your disposal to achieve this goal: a pinch of wit, good taste and creativity are enough for obtaining brilliant solutions. Here are some winning ideas on how to renovate the house without changing the furniture.

First of all, investing in the walls can be an effective solution: changing their colour is quite easy and the new shades or patterns can give a touch of originality to the rooms. The decision to substitute the curtains can also bring a gust of fresh air to living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens. Moreover, paintings, posters and pictures can make the house more modern. Another good advice on how to renovate the house without changing the furniture consists in paying attention to the details that compose domestic spaces. Indeed, these smallness often make the difference. The combination of ornaments, chandeliers, pillows, decorations creates a universe of possibilities that let imagination run free. Furthermore, changing the skirting boards can be as easy as important for changing the house’s aspect.

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The skirting board PVC line 8612 by Profilpas

How to renovate the house without changing the furniture - Skirting board PVC line 8612

Skirting board PVC line 8612

Profilpas always pays attention to details and domestic elements. One of the winning strategies to renovate the house without changing the furniture is to invest in our skirting boards. Profilpas has created PVC Line 8612: a high-quality foam PVC skirting board covered with white Alcrom® Plus film which gives a touch of class and elegance to the house. In particular, the skirting board 8612 is suitable for the completion of glue-down or floating LVT floors and can be fixed to the wall with adhesive (PP/96).

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