By Corrin Gullickson. interior. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 08:05:15 AM.
Does your career call for you to host business dinners in your home? Ponder your dining area and its formality.Think about the comfort level of your space. whether it'a a home office. living room or bedroom. Being thoughtful about your requirements and how your design can best satisfy those needs will pay off as you proceed.Remember that design is 90 percent inspiration.
But don't forget those you can peruse in your pajamas — websites such as Freshome and Pinterest offer wonderfully designed spaces that you can view at any time. no appointment (or shoes) needed.Perhaps you saw a pillow that you adored while shopping. Jot down what you liked about it. take a picture of the color scheme. record how you felt when you looked at it.
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.
While there is no scientific study to prove it. inspiration is the key to successful design. And you are lucky enough to be designing for someone that you know incredibly well — yourself. Spend some time thinking about the mood you want in your space and how to capture it.Make an inspiration board (physical or electronic) to keep track of your ideas. Does the beach inspire you to think more clearly?
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