You are limited to imagining how a wall will look with respect to a paint chip or wallpaper sample in your hand, and you are limited to imagining what the floor may look like with a particular carpet style and you are limited to… well, you are simply limited to what you can attempt to imagine, while trying to get your client or family member to envision what does not yet exist.
Classic Modern Design: This is one of the most common styles present in people’s homes. Properties which have a classic modern living room enjoy a relaxed ambiance with warm textures. Typically the furniture would have sharp distinct edges.
Luxury bathrooms look spacious, open, and often use a lot of glass in them. Luxury bathrooms can also be predominantly wood for a very rich look that is complimented with neutral chocolate or beige colors. Often, luxury bathrooms can be created with a combination of colors such as a darker color mixed with white or light gray. The light fixtures are elegant and the bathroom fixtures are exclusive. The accents consist of various candles and fragrances.
”Matchy-Matchy” – The rule of thumb: remember that every room in your home does not have to be the same. Just because you’ve decorated your bedroom design with traditional and ornate almost Baroque or Victorian styled pieces, doesn’t mean that has to happen in your living room designs! You can easily use modern furniture pieces in one room and vintage pieces in another, followed by antique styles in another! There is no rule that says you must have the same exact interior design style throughout your entire space.
Many don’t know it, but scale is a major part of design. For example, you don’t want to add a sofa sectional to a small space. It would eat up the whole room and you would be very limited on space planning options. Opt for furniture pieces that help the room look bigger; you can do this by finding tall pieces, such as tall book cases or drapes with stripes.