3 perfect bespoke home renovations to do this fall

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When clear, warm nights start to turn into cool autumn nights, many of us will be looking forward to spending time snuggling at home. And not only that, adding a comfortable space that you want to spend time in is a great way to improve your mood and your home in the colder months.

According to Simon Tcherniak, senior designer at premium furniture brand Neville Johnson, updating your furniture to reflect the seasonal clock is just as important as changing the color of your home’s accessories.

“As well as boosting your mental well-being and re-energizing the love you have for your home, it also creates a guest-friendly space and adds an instant surprise factor to every visit,” explains Simon. ‘Designed furniture can be a fantastic way to revamp your home for seasonal changes. Fresh, bespoke designs with warm color accents will instantly transform a light, airy space into an ultra-cozy, ready-to-receive home.’

Here are three bespoke renovations that are sure to be the envy of guests through fall, winter, and beyond. Best of all, you don’t even need an entire room…

A family startup room

With the added volume of heavy winter coats and thick jackets, plus boots, umbrellas and hats and scarves, now is the time to start thinking about how to store these items efficiently.

family boot room

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Having a dedicated luggage room, with plenty of shelving and storage space, makes the task of keeping out cold weather clutter much easier. Concealed hangers or cubicles for storing shoes and boots work to keep the space organized and thus create a calm space that is not chaotic to look at. For smaller spaces, try to use an alcove or high cabinet, if possible.

A bespoke wardrobe

Whether you have an empty box or even a closet for the most compact spaces, turning it into a wardrobe designed with your needs in mind can instantly transform your home. This is a great space to introduce color too. From deep pink to tranquil teal, customize your space with your favorite shade to make it truly unique and a space you’ll love to spend time in for years to come.

pink wardrobe

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Practically speaking, for a wardrobe, be sure to bring shelves (a combination of open and closed) up to the ceiling to create the illusion of a larger space. And don’t neglect the lighting – use spotlights to add some drama and highlight your key pieces.

a vinyl room

Music lover? Why not consider creating a vinyl living room in your home? While vinyl record sales have been booming for years, competing with the norm of digital downloads and streaming, the need for emotional escape rooms indoors has also grown in popularity; a new home design trend as a result of the pandemic. So create the music room of your dreams by turning a box or spare room into a space to store your beloved records, turntables and other music equipment, or even to display or play a musical instrument.

Vinyl's Discs

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Consider open shelves to showcase your favorite artists and albums, closed cabinets to hide wires and technology, or using built-in stairs to make finding the perfect record to play even simpler. For furniture, choose a comfortable armchair or loveseat and a side table.

But if vinyls aren’t your thing, why not create a home library to store some of your favorite books.

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