Published by Lurleen Kirkwood
Posted on July 10, 2020
In our first blog Building a Residential Investment Property we touched on the benefits of engaging a professional Interior Designer to make the selections for building your investment property, and specifically looked at the exterior specifications for the finishes and colours.
So how are things going with the build of our client’s residential investment property in Wodonga? According to the clients it has been a very pleasant experience to date. It’s helped a great deal that I For Style has been able to make important decisions quickly to ensure that the most attractive colours and finishes combinations have been selected for this residential investment property. This has saved them both time and money.
Turning now to the kitchen design, I For Style chose to use Laminex Carrara Bianca in a diamond gloss finish for the island benchtop, and Laminex Battalion, a deep brown colour in a natural finish, for the joinery of the island bench. This bold combination means the island benchtop will stand out from the white used on the remainder of the kitchen joinery. Three simple pendant lights are to be installed above the island bench which will add further interest.
In the first blog in this series we discussed how, by careful planning and a bit of flair, your investment property is more likely to attract the right sort of tenants. After all who says that your investment property can’t be both functional and beautiful!