Home Interior / June 8, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
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.
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.
Analyze your inspiration piece and develop a theme name for it. For instance, a needlepoint pillow with a botanical design on a black background may inspire a title like "formal botanical garden." Be descriptive with your theme name and all sorts of supporting ideas will come to mind. Botanical prints, striped walls, greens and floral colors, formal fabrics and furniture, dark woods and black accents all fit this particular theme.
The digital approach to designing has increased the productivity through a better coordination between the designers and the client. In today's fast-paced busy lifestyle digitalization is the ideal solution for finalizing the design details and eliminating errors, all while saving time. The idea of going digital for interior designing helps to minimise the conflict of ideas between the consumers and the designers.
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