By Corrin Gullickson. interior. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 08:05:50 AM.
Interior designers know how to select pieces that fit the scale of the room — and when it is acceptable to work outside of the scale. Ultimately. there is no right or wrong; if you like the way a piece feels in your space. then it is the right scale for you.Keep the Rule of Three in mind.Design rules seem to be made to be broken. but this classic is certainly worth mentioning.
Having an end result in mind is especially important if you're going to hire someone else to take charge of your design. He or she will base their style decisions largely on the parameters they've been given. so if you're feeling unsure. you could leave yourself open to miscommunication and hit-or-miss guesswork.
Don't buy it until you're sure that it works in your newly designed space. but document the feeling that you got from it. The little details can inspire an outstanding room.Keep the scale of the room in mind.Even though you might love the coziness of an overstuffed sofa. you'll need to choose a more scale-appropriate piece if you live in a compact urban condo. Likewise. a small piece of art could be lost in a grandiose dining room.
Cottage style interiors revel in being anything but cookie cutter. In these rooms. each design element usually has its own backstory. especially where the furniture is concerned. It's best to forgo purchasing unified sets in favor of hand-picking more eclectic pieces that catch your eye.Traditionally. cottage furniture has a vintage feel to it. too.
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