Be faithful to your own taste, because nothing you really like is ever out of style.
Every renovation design journey begins with a theme, which will be the melting pot that blends the entire home together.
Here are some of the popular selection of the 21st century:
Your house should tell the story of who you are, and be a collection of what you love.
Spaces within the home needs to be carefully thought-out. considerations such as daily movements within the homes, and/or home requirements, are essential to design process. Not every template is one size fits all. Space planning includes blocking out interior spatial areas, defining circulation patterns, and developing plans for furniture layout and equipment placement.
The process begins with an assessment of a space's functional deficiencies and how the elements can be manipulated to better fit you with the ultimate goal of creating efficiency that compliments your daily interactions with the space.
The essence of interior design will always be about people and how they live.
Be thoughtful of quality being key. Materials and construction affect how a person experiences the finished space. Good quality materials have a sound and a feeling, that’s different than poor quality materials selected. Natural materials will always reign supreme over synthetic ones.
Spending a lot of money on something does not necessarily mean that you’re purchasing a quality piece. Instead, evaluate whether something is made of an enduring material and built to last.
The best homes have something to say about the people who live in them.
The sweeping strokes of an interior design themes are nothing without the supporting details, a well-balanced theme must be detail-oriented and will specify all of the particulars in order to best support the overall vision.
Your home should be personalized for you and your family, beyond just catering to your aesthetic taste and preferences. Integrating your everyday belongings, as well as heirlooms and antique items.