By Sueann Carlson. interior. Published at Monday, September 10th, 2018 - 02:35:55 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:
Your brain is bouncing in too many directions; You are unable to completely focus on the job at hand because part of you is thinking of another project or another promise or another deadline. You may think you are a successful multi-tasker. but multi-taskers can shoot themselves in the foot. This article shows how multi-tasking drains performance. and a bad performance means unhappy clients. less client referrals;
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.
Though antiques may carry special emotional relevance. randomly throwing them up on the wall risks making a home look outdated — or worse. trashy. But there are several ways to decorate with antiques to keep your house looking timeless.Below. we’ll cover how to tastefully decorate with family heirlooms in a way that doesn’t make your home look haphazard.