Design To Appreciate The Very Comfort Of Your Home
So, you're considering renovating the design of your home. That's amazing! Your new space will be breathtaking. Except... How do you want your space to look? What feeling do you want it to give out? How can it be done? It's not unusual to find that your enthusiasm can be quickly overwhelmed by the sudden overwhelming feeling of, where do I even begin?
Our Interior Designers generally advise you to use color sparingly. It has much more of a more powerful effect when used in artwork, fabric and accessories. Furthermore, color shouldn't overpower the architecture; instead, it should enhance the interior/exterior framework.
Do What Feels Right. Take Your Time
Design is an organic evolutionary process. Our Interior Designers suggest you take your time, and if it doesn't 'feel' right, there is a high chance that it will not last and you will overtime become tired of it. If your first response is 'no!' Be happy to scratch an idea and begin all over. If you are working with an experienced interior designer, and hope has been clearly established, don't be afraid to let your voice be heard! An experienced interior designer will welcome the feedback and clarity. Don't settle for something that you don't truly enjoy.
The Elements Of A Room
Most Interior Designers will tell you that In every room there should be five elements: color, print, texture, glow and something living. This combination puts together a dynamic visual story for anyone that experiences the space.
Add An Area Rug
Adding an area rug to a seating arrangement helps to ground the grouping and tie each piece together. The link of the chairs or sofa will invite conversation and increase the relaxation and enjoyment of that specific seating area.
Don't try to be something you are not. Try and surround yourself with things that you love. When you walk into a room, you want it to feel distinctly yours. Whether it's family photos, a specific pattern or an overt style, our interior designers recommend you build a room around the things that you love, and you will never go wrong Ultimately, try and be authentic to yourself when designing your home. In the beginning phases, ask yourself how you live and assess your current space. Look at the items that you currently have, or that you want to add, and figure out why each piece is there. Every thing in your home should be there for one of three reasons: you like it, it provides a specific function or it has some sort of sentimental value. Once your space is assessed, our interior designers advice that you figure out your style by asking yourself questions such as: Do I prefer undersized or oversized furniture? Texture over patterns? Straight or curved lines?
So as to keep your home true to you, it has to be designed to reflect both your lifestyle and personal style. If you keep both of these aspects authentic to your true self, you'll wind up with a space that you'll enjoy come home and live in.