Home Interior / June 16, 2018 / Laurette Gautier.
Determine whether the furniture satisfies the functions you've planned for the room. If a piece isn't working or if it's too large or too small for the size of the room, get rid of it or trade it for something else around the house that may be more appropriate.
Interior designing is not just about selling the product; it is about selling the experience too. When we seek the help of an interior designer, we not only look for good products, we also want to ensure that when one looks at the space, it is a pleasurable experience. Things associated with the products like colour, texture etc. decor all add up to the ambience. A home is the investment of a lifetime. Therefore, the products that one invests in should also last longer. Businesses run on relationships with the customers and to maintain it, one should be honest with them. The mediator of the relationship here is the product and experience. So, in interior designing, the product and the experience is directly proportional to the relationship and hence to the reputation and growth of the brand in the market.
In choosing the colour scheme for your condo unit, you should take into consideration not only your personal preference but, at the same time, balance. You can balance particularly striking pieces by painting the walls a more neutral colour. Similarly, you can make your interior design more appealing by incorporating accent hues into your decoration to accentuate and complement light-coloured walls or ceilings. Color is at the heart of interior design. Given the foregoing, it is important to give serious thought to the color scheme to be employed as the same can make or break your interior design.
Lighting should be selected for the functions of the room as well as for visual appeal. Every task will require either direct lighting from a lamp or indirect lights that simply brighten the room for conversation or TV-watching. Accent lighting — floor spots, track lighting or recessed spotlights — enhance texture, color and room details.
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