By Marlys Tarbell. interior. Published at Friday, September 07th, 2018 - 00:17:23 AM.
Are we right when it comes to the way creatives and interior designers think? If you are an interior designer. please write to us and let us know if you relate to these modes of thought; do you think your creative brain is perhaps blocking some of your income potential?Whether you’re just starting out in the interior design world or you’ve been here for longer than you can remember. there’s one thing we can all agree on:
Take the picture above as an example. Since the fresh. white color carries most of the room. that is clearly the dominant shade. Meanwhile. the mustard yellow found in the chairs and accent pillows is a solid choice for a secondary color. The blue accent wall is undoubtedly the boldest shade.The rule of threes
Once you’ve decided which colors you’d like to use. it’s time to determine which role they’ll play in your design. That’s where the 10-30-60 rule comes in. With this rule. you’ll end up choosing a dominant shade. a secondary shade. and an accent color.As the name of this rule suggests. your dominant shade will cover about 60% of the room.
sometimes it’s good to go back to basics. With that sentiment in mind. today we’ve brought you three interior design rules that will totally transform the way you tackle the rooms in your home.Before you scoff and say. “Aren’t rules made to be broken?” hear us out. These rules are gold standards for a reason. Read them over before you write them off once and for all.