Monday, March 29, 2010
Friday, March 26, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
If you happen to hire the professional interior designer, you may be free to do the home decor yourself. But, you need to specify to the interior designer what you really want to achieve in your design. Make it clear about your choices of colors, the air that you want to feel when you’re in the particular room, or the furniture that you want to put in there.
All of these information really useful for your interior designer because she could get your point of view first before she gets to work. This will allow you to save both of your time so she don’t have to undo what she already made before just because you don’t like the color, or because you don’t want particular furniture being placed in the corner.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Something about Ceiling and Walls
The ceiling represents one-sixth of the space in a room, but too often it gets nothing more than a coat of white paint. In fact, for decades, white has been considered not only the safest but also the best choice for ceilings. As a general rule, ceilings that are lighter than the walls feel higher, while those that are darker feel lower. Lower” need not mean claustrophobic: Visually lowered ceilings can evoke cozy intimacy.
Dark walls make a room seem smaller, and light walls make a room seem larger.