An interior design plan is the most important decor planning you can do when decorating your home or office. The time it takes to put your ideas on paper, collect samples of what you are using and organizing what you find will be well worth the wait. Stop Buying – It is imperative that you establish your style, find items you love, not just like, and determine that everything works very well together.
Establish your style – To do this collect magazine pictures of things that you Love, not like, Love. More than likely, you may not be able to find all rooms that are completely what you love. What you should do is circle what you do love on the magazine page and also make a note on the page about what attracted you on that page and why. For instance notes like, I love this lamp, the shape is great! I love this wall color, great possibly for the dining room wall, and so forth.
Find items you love, not just like. This is very important. If you choose ordinary, guess what, the output will be ordinary. Choose exceptional items that are in colors that make your heart sing. Choose unusual things that provoke conversation about who you are and where did you find that? Interior Designers search the world for items like these. If you are not able to locate exceptional items, a local interior designer usually has a treasure box available to show you. Add pictures of what you find to your folder for each room. Organize your pictures inside each folder by subject, lamps, sofas, wall colors and any other subjects you have collected. Once you have at least 25 pictures per room, study them. See what style or look you naturally gravitate toward over and over again. There may be one or two styles that dominate. The two can be used together if you like both a lot.
Take a look at the colors that you love and determine a color scheme. Get ideas of wall colors from magazine pictures, some magazines even give you the paint manufacturer and paint color number. Also, look at fabric samples for each room and make sure they all work together throughout the entire project.
The interior design plan is essential to make your design flow well. After you have made all of your selections, then initiate the plan. You can save money by planning ahead and that cuts down on mistakes. Interior design plans help to communicate with your contractor and all the contractors on the job, creating less change orders. There are scale drawings and elevations that can be given so that all the workers can implement the plan. The overall outlet is a much better flow throughout the entire design, it is easier to communicate with the workers and this plan helps to avoid costly mistakes.