ALL THE SENSES CAN COME ALIVE IN A HOME, OR AN IMMERSION INTO A SPECIFIC FEELING. THIS CAN BE VERY DELIBERATE…
When you think about living spaces, a number of factors influence their design and feel. It can be about being trendy or about injecting personality, it can simply be to make the space more functional… among many other considerations. The way to get to the final look, however, is determined by the elements you use to orchestrate the space into what you want.
Material has always been the first consideration. Whether the flooring, roofing, tiling or even when thinking about objects in the home – purely aesthetic or functional. Is the table going to be made of wood or glass? Is the wood a dark or light shade? What is the cheapest material to use or the most versatile? Interior Designers are forever taking voyages through look books and love to look at and touch different materials and fabrics, thinking of their client’s needs and thinking ahead too.
What does the project really need? Putting together a space requires many thoughtful considerations and the blending of sense and expertise as well as material contrasts and harmony.
It may feel wasteful for those who have never given a designer a project before to commission a space, paying money for the material and then the designer too? Well we can tell you it is always worth it. Once they have your budget, they will know how to give you value for your money.
An understanding is needed though, when you want to see ways to bring the vision to life. We have put together several examples of ideas that made the spaces what they are. Whether it is in the form of a single elements or several.
Interior designers use mood boards as a tool to create cohesive and harmonious design schemes that let you see how your overall design will look before investing in the real thing. There are various types of mood boards, from inspiration boards to generate ideas to sample boards where you can gather together real materials.
There’s plenty that goes into making a luxurious, lavish bedroom that fulfills all your needs to perfection and also offers a soothing and relaxing environment. The bedroom generally gets paid plenty of attention and a lot of thought goes into ensuring that it looks exactly as one wants it to. That is an understandable sentiment too, as most often, it is our only private sanctuary where our own little world is hidden away from the prying eyes of everyone around.
Headboards are a possible thing to look into, as an elegant way of taking the feeling of your favourite room in the house to the next level.
Classic tufted headboards bring that regal presence into your bedroom and work best in muted colours. There are plenty of materials to choose from. Obviously, the material that you choose not only should go along with your existing bed and the fabric and pattern already in place, but also with the theme of the room.