Once painted the walls and the furniture placed, you might think that the room is ready, but are the finishing touches that make an interior draw attention and make the difference between a house that has just been decorated and one that is ready to begin to live in it.
The faucets, handles and hangers are usually hand or eye level, which means they are the first to see a visitor or prospective buyer, so it is worth investing some time and money in choosing the right ones.
Light switches: there is also great variety, the skin there, glass, wood, chrome, brass or bakelite, and matching plugs. The white plastic is cheaper, but the other will give you a special air to the room. The glass are great for wall paper, combined with the chrome kitchen faucets skin and would very well in a study.
Handles for doors are another detail that can make a difference. There are dozens of styles, from old skin handles brass knobs. And if you do not like any, some stores will allow you to design them to your liking in a variety of finishes such as pewter or iron.
Faucets: there are many types, so you should do some research to find the right ones for your bathroom or kitchen. Among the most surprising options, for example, there are taps which light pink or blue depending on the water temperature.
Shooter lamp ignition: no excuse for having a horrible piece of white plastic handle of a piece of string, because there is a wide range of decorative handles prepared for that purpose. There is precious little chains with glass handles, wood or brass. You can even make one yourself with a curtain tassel, which work just as well and give you a touch of luxury to the room.
Coat: combines with storage hangers to keep the house tidy easily. There are shaped shelf organizers that let you save the keys, phones and sunglasses while hanging coats and umbrellas.