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Principles of Interior Design

"Interior Design Principles”   A Good interior design can create a comfortable, pleasing atmosphere at home. Interior design elements – line, texture and pattern, color, light and scale and proportion – serve as the foundation for interior design principles such as balance, scale, proportion, rhythm, emphasis, balance and harmony. Careful application of both the elements and principles of design will create a commercial space that solidifies your brand and forwards your corporate message or a....
Jul 30

Why a Designer?

“Should I hire an interior designer?”   We all want a perfectly designed home which should look amazing and be functional as well, yet shy away from hiring a professional for the job. The general idea is that interior designers are only for the rich and famous and honestly who wants to pay the additional fee of the designer. Hardly we know that this single decision is going to decide the destiny of the place you are going to call your home.   In reality hiring a professional interior designer....

Designing a Future Ready House

According to Buckminster Fuller, “the best way to plan for the future is to design it”. While Fuller’s wisdom is applicable to many walks of life, it certainly rings true when it comes to architecture, and your home. The key to a successful house redesign is future-proofing. To ensure your home is ready for the next decade or two, keep sustainability and technological advancements as well as your changing needs in mind. To get you started, here are our tips for making your future house design a....
Dec 24

Wellness Focused Interior Design

Designing interiors for health and well-being   Eating right, exercising, getting enough sleep, mastering stress and practicing mindfulness,… it all definitely adds up to longevity and enhanced well-being. Nevertheless  we are becoming more and more aware of the role of our surroundings – the built environment in which we live, learn and work — play in this equation. The links between art, aesthetics, the built environment, health and wellbeing are nothing new, but applying it to our home....