You’re excited for your remodeling project and all the big pieces are falling into place. But then, you wonder to yourself, how will I actually live in this new space? Will I end up loving the new room or still feel like something is missing? The good news is that you can answer these questions quickly and easily with the help of a great interior designer.
Interior design goes way beyond decorating the room when the construction is finishing up. It’s all about considering the feel and function of the space starting with the initial design. This is what people mean when they talk about pulling a room together. Everything should feel like it fits right from the get-go.
Considering how every square foot of a room will be used is extremely important. Other important design elements such as color schemes and finish millwork all work together with making a space look and feel complete. Done correctly, fashion can actually enhance the function of a room.
One of the most important aspects of a remodeling project is making sure everything has a place. This is why when you work with a designer, he or she may break down the new space into zones. These zones provide you with an idea how each part of the room can be used. While it’s OK for some functions of a room to overlap, especially in a smaller space, it’s important to maximize the functionality of every wall, corner, nook and cranny.
Great interior design makes the best use of what may have previously been wasted space. Many homes are designed with spaces in mind that are no longer being used for that purpose. At times, there will be walls that don’t really need to be there. Other times, there are corners or nooks that don’t seem to serve a purpose. It’s amazing what a great designer can do with just a few extra square feet or just a bit more open space.
A great interior designer complements a remodeling project by giving you a complete picture of how your room will look, feel, and function. While they also help you accessorize and pull together a room, their job goes far further than that. An interior designer considers every minute detail so that you are ready to move right into your remodeled space as if it were always there.