Are you using the terms “interior designer” and “interior decorator” interchangeably? Do you REALLY Know that there is a HUGE difference in what these two titles mean in the professional sense; and, in fact, if used incorrectly, you could be insulting someone! Read this post to learn more of what you need to know.
“the way that something feels when you touch it” — Texture. (n.d.). Retrieved January 10, 2016, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/texture
“the form of energy that makes it possible to see things : the brightness produced by the sun, by fire, a lamp, etc.”—…
Color is probably the most subjective part about designing a space.
What happens when you introduce large furniture in to the biggest room of your house? Could it visually shrink the size of the space, or, visually scale it more proportionally?
Form is made up of points, lines, planes, volumes, and shapes; these then become the starting point to your design. When looking for a new home, or remodeling your current one, the form is one of the most important aspects to consider, but, can be manipulated through design and decoration.
I am a learner. No, really. According to the Strengths Finder test, my top strength is being a Learner which means I enjoy the journey of understanding new things. With that in mind, and in the spirit of school-time starting back up, I thought: what better way to start the new school year, than to bring home a topic that every designer should know: Design Theory!
5 First Time Homebuyer Mistakes Mr. Dapper and I are in the works to finding our first home together. Truth be told, I’m…
Do you know what your dream home looks like? I mean really know? Let’s start from the very beginning on the type of homes available: