Great rooms begin before a designer ever enters them. They start with developing a real understanding of the project’s objective. What are your goals? What impression do you want to room to make?
Function & Livability
If you’re going to design a space that works, if you need to know what it’s for. Visibility and function work hand-in-hand. Great design doesn’t just to look great—that has to lives great.
Scale & Proportion
For the purposes of interior design, scale and proportion are all about the size of things you put in a room (scale) and their relationship to the room and each other (proportion). They are what add grace and balance to the design.
Light + Lighting
Light is a natural extension objective and function. Light has tremendous power to impact mood, to evoke emotion, and to create drama.
It can add formality and sophistication, or trade relaxed and casual atmosphere you can help balance proportion a defined space. Color can punctuate architecture, create illusions of size, and even improve a rooms functionality.
Pattern + Texture
Pattern and texture are enhancers. When you add them, they take their surroundings to higher level of quality and impact. They can transform a room from something flat and bland to something three-dimensional, deep, and delectable.
Significant + Relevant Ornament
It is more than the icing on the cake. It can be the key to pulling an entire space together and making it work, and it is vitally important to the final outcome the space. Without significant and relevant ornamentation, your design can go off the rails.