Interior. Wednesday , February 14th , 2018 - 23:23:34 PM
4. Capturing Your Ideas, Always Begin with a ...\"Design Board\". Dramatic Interior Design ideas are like the wind. You must capture all of them, when they are going by. Most people do not do this, but this is such an important step. When you are creating your Interior Design project, put all of your ideas on a presentation board or design board. These are often called concept boards or mood boards. It is much easier to test new colors, fabrics, textures, or ideas. You will sense when \"The Wow Effect\" magic is beginning to happen and your Interior Design project is taking form. Focusing your creative energy is critical to creating \"The Wow Effect\". There are no short cuts or easy ways to create dramatic design. We have all seen Interior Design Projects, where an investment of a little more thought, and creative focus, may have produced a more dramatic effect.
When choosing a colour for a room or house it is important to think about the mood and atmosphere you would like to achieve. Is it a dark room or flooded with natural light? In which direction is the room facing? How are the proportions? Do you live in a small apartment or a contemporary newly built house with open plan living areas? All this needs to be considered when choosing colours for a space. If you are overwhelmed by the choice of colours available - yes, there are thousands on the market - how can you start finding your personal colour scheme?
And finally one of the most important things: Don't let the stylist talk you into something you don't like! You have to live in the space and you need to feel comfortable and at home! It is all about creating your home with your personal touch. How do I find my own style? The answer is as simple as this: explore the world around you and appreciate the beauty that lies within everything you discover! Keep your eyes open and your mind excited! Discover and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you every day! Find inspiration in nature, buildings, shops, exhibitions, museums, art, events, markets, magazines and of course books.
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