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Yes we can! In our blogs, we have a number of articles written for this specific purpose, focusing on small rooms, open-plan apartments, hidden furniture solutions, and much more. Anyone can enjoy stunning home decor, no matter where they live.
It would be our pleasure! Not only do we have a blog dedicated to choosing the perfect paint color for the rooms of your home, but also have a number of blogs focused on different avenues for using color, such as embracing darkness, adding pops of color to a living room, and more.
An interior designer should ask questions that get to the root of your taste and your needs. Things like your favorite colors, homes you’ve seen and admired, and the purpose of your home (single, family, entertainment) should all come up.
Experience and good feedback should be at the top of your priority list. You need someone who has done successful work in the past, along with having a good history of client interactions. Remember, they’re meant to be a collaborator, not a dictator of decisions.
Your interior designer should work with you from the ground up. This means helping you to choose wall colors, pick out coherent materials, and select specific pieces of furniture and decor.
Custom furniture is pieces that have been made for you specifically to meet your needs. Retail/in-stock furniture is built up of products that are readily available through retailers
There are plenty of handy charts that are just a google away! However, a general rule is that blues, purples, and greens fit into “cooler” shades, while reds, yellows, and oranges are considered “warmer”.
Definitely not. We believe that with the right guidance, anyone can become a great interior designer in their own home. Remember, it’s your home, so you can listen to your instincts!
Right here! We have a wealth of information available to our readers on this site, so why not start by reading some of our introductory articles? Otherwise, just think of the things that speak to you, and go from there!
We have a number of blogs on our site relating to various trends for different parts of the home, but we also encourage looking beyond trends into timeless styles. Trends come and go, but elegance can be forever!
Eco-friendly decor is mostly about the materials used, how long it will last, and what it can do after you’re done with it. Focus on renewable, natural resources, sturdy craftsmanship, and recyclable products.
While it’s not for everyone, and can be quite costly, interior designers are useful if you’re busy or embarking on a larger-scale project. After you feel you’ve exhausted your own ability, you might benefit from hiring a professional.
Start by getting in touch! Once you’ve found the right designer, you can usually book in a digital or in-person consultation to get the ball rolling. Then, if you gel, you can take the next steps in planning.
An architect is there to build the structure of your home or extension. An Interior designer works to ensure that the look and feel of the space works for you once construction is complete.
Of course! There are plenty of easy-cleaning and highly durable, child-friendly decor options on the market, whether in the form of padded corners for safety or smooth, easy-wipe surfaces.
Vegan interior design is much like the vegan diet! It means using products that are totally free from animal products, while it can also have an increased focus on sustainability. Being vegan is more than just a diet, it’s a lifestyle that can extend into your home!
Beyond your taste, you need to consider practicality. Think about the way you’ll want to move and operate within the space before packing it full of as many pieces as possible.