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Breathe Life into a Tired Room by Upcycling Existing Furniture in Exciting Ways

A Grand Eye Interiors, LLC in Anacortes, Washington, knows you don't need to spend a fortune to update your space. You can upcycle existing furniture and install ambient lighting to make a tired, old room feel fresh and bright.


Space Planning

There are dos and don'ts when it comes to planning a space. A properly designed room with furniture and accessories in the right places is a true work of art that provides you with comfort and luxury that you can enjoy every day. You don't need to focus on what's trendy in the current moment if that's not your taste. Classic room designs never go out of style, and we'll work with your personal aesthetics to get it right.

Rearranging Existing Furniture

If you've lived in your home for many years and have never moved a piece of furniture, now is the time to shake things up. Colors and furniture become outdated over time and require sprucing up on occasion to keep your home decor appealing. But just because something is old, it doesn't mean you have to get rid of it. A Grand Eye Interiors, LLC refurbishes and upcycles existing furniture. Then new furniture can be added in if necessary. Rearranging existing furniture is also useful for clients with tight budgets who want a fresh look.

Beautiful Living Room

Lighting

Great lighting in a space may not be a top priority, but it truly can make all the difference. Sometimes, clients don't leave money in the budget for lighting during a remodel or the begining stages of building, so they are left with limited options. We help you choose between ceiling, lighting, can lighting, reading lighting and ambient lighting to make a space appear more intriguing and inviting. Lighting can also be used to highlight focal points in a room and make it look even more beautiful.

I suggest strongly to leave room in your budget for window coverings, surround sound, and especially lighting. Music in your home is as important as turning on the lights.