Home Interior / July 1, 2018 / Laurette Gautier
Draw your room on graph paper. Measure and mark electrical outlets and switches, vents, windows and doors. Measure your furniture and place it in your floor plan. Generally, the main furniture pieces are directed toward the focal point, keeping the major traffic patterns open. Fill in with pieces you'd like to have that may or may not be available now. Be sure to balance high and low pieces as well as heavy and light ones around the room.
Space layout is a key component of good interior design, but it’s not everything. Easy access, functionality, and aesthetic appeal can only be achieved once you have already determined the proper placement of your furniture and the right furnishings for your space. Remember that interior design is not only about prepping the space but also about utilizing it effectively to suit the occupant’s lifestyle.
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