By Selina Suhr. interior. Published at Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 - 20:17:38 PM.
While you'll definitely need to have a style in mind when you're working on you're own. you'll also have a much larger margin for error. If needed. take the time to mull over pieces you're unsure about. You can also return pieces that don't work or switch up your design plan without incurring excess fees.Are you comfortable making decisions?
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.
To think like an interior designer. start thinking in odd numbers. There is more visual interest in three pieces on a mantel than in two pieces on that same mantel. This is called the Rule of Three.Symmetry is nice. but to make a space energized. consider sacrificing some of your symmetrical comfort and use odd numbers in your arrangements.
While this may seem like a weird question. it is absolutely a necessary one. Some people love making decisions and others shy away from this task. Only one of those personalities will mesh well with a professional interior designer.When you outsource the legwork for your design. you're automatically promoted to decision maker.
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