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8. Use a mix of textures Texture adds visual and tactile dimensions to a room, which makes it more interesting. You can add texture on the walls with a paint finish, on the floor with a rug or in the room with a carved wooden table or a glass chandelier. This bedroom is rich in textures with its embossed ceiling, a quilted bedspread with a mix of silk and shaggy cushions, a padded headboard, sheer curtains and metal-and-fabric bedside lamps.
Get a good team togetherYou’ll find it a lot easier to extend your home renovation business if you have a fantastic team of employees around you. Make it your mission to hire people you can trust to build your firm’s reputation for high-quality work. A strong professional network will come in handy here. Let others in your field know you’re looking to hire and try to get as many recommendations as possible. Put adverts on social media, and keep your eye out for apprentices at colleges and schools.When you find a potential candidate, the interview process should include a way of assessing how the employee would fit in to your business. Maya Carni, director of Scenario Architecture says: “Over the years we’ve developed a unique hiring process, based on simulations, to get a feel of how it may be working together with the candidates. For each role in Scenario we have a different interactive interviewing process.”