By Jolanda Lytch. interior. Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 14:45:47 PM.
If you have a bold headboard in your bedroom. complement it with softer nightstands. Put a vintage clock in a room with a modern sofa.As you looked at your inspiration rooms. how many of them were filled with one type of furniture? That style may be great for sales ads. but not for a stimulating space created by an interior designer. Be brave and fight the compulsion to be matchy-matchy. Complements are so much more flattering!Accessorize.
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.
If you're considering a designer. be sure you're comfortable with how you'll be charged before signing any paperwork.Next. you need to consider what you would like for the project itself. As you know. interior design is a lot more than buying new furniture and putting up a few fresh coats of paint. You have to balance aesthetics and function while also considering how each individual item will fit together as a whole.
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.
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