Interior. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 07:53:34 AM
One of my favourite books I spotted in a museum shop is called: How to be an explorer of the world by Keri Smith. On the back it says: \"At any given moment, no matter where you are, there are hundreds of things around you that are interesting and worth documenting.\" A stylist's tip: always carry a little notebook and a pen with you in order to be able to sketch, doodle and write down what you discover. Keep all your findings, notes and pictures in a folder or box and keep searching for at least four to eight weeks. Then start to group things by colour or theme and you will discover what your style is. And there are no rules. It is all about finding what you like!
5. Understanding ... the Principles of Layering Color, Texture, and Effect. Think about it, almost everything that is appealing to the eye, was created with layers of Color, Texture, and Effect. We love to look at things that incorporated the \"Principles of Layering\". Color and Texture are the tools you work with, and Effect is that intangible that is generated when you bring the layers together. Think of the seasons, how in the Fall, the colors naturally compliment each other. If the wrong colors were introduced, you would not have the same effect.
Often it is critical for the designer to understand the wants and needs of the individual or company leadership that is hiring them to make a space comfortable and esthetically pleasing to 'the eye of the beholder'; meaning whoever is paying the freight. This will require the designer to ask the question, 'What is interior design through the eyes of my employer?'
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