By Santos Brunton. interior. Published at Tuesday, July 03rd, 2018 - 20:35:15 PM.
If an all-white look isn't quite your style. primary color palettes are also popular with cottage styles. However. they're often in softer shades. Consider using colors like raspberry. robin's egg blue or cornflower yellow to add some visual interest to your neutral foundation.Choose eclectic furniture.
The key to that is knowing how to create groupings.There's no definitive rules on this. but in general. designers recommend sticking to odd-numbered groups of items and playing around with arrangements of varying directions and heights. If you find yourself getting stuck. take a moment to search for some design inspiration and pattern your aesthetic after those looks.
Here's a secret: You can learn how to think like an interior designer. Sure. if you watch enough design shows on TV. you'll start to get an idea. But it takes much more than those attention-capturing highlights.1. Determine what you want to accomplish.Anyone who has taken on a design project knows that your original plan can escalate quickly. There are times when that is a blessing.
However. we're not going to leave you hanging. To help you decide. we've compiled a list of questions to ask yourself before committing to working with a pro. Read them below and think about them carefully. After you answer each one. you'll know for sure whether or not hiring an interior designer is the right choice for you.
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