Interior design has been a favorite of the design world for decades.
We love it because it’s fun, but also because we have a lot of fun with it.
But it’s time we took the design process more seriously.
We need to do a better job of defining what makes an interior and what it’s not.
It’s a process, not a statement.
We all need to get over our own fear of the unknown and embrace the idea of interior design as an art form.
Here are five reasons why interior design should be the focus of our design practice: 1.
A better understanding of what makes us feel at home.
We often don’t know what we want when we’re designing our homes.
So, when we design, we need to look at what makes our homes “homey” in the first place.
To do that, we have to get to know our customers.
How do they like their homes, their surroundings, and their space?
Do they want a place to relax and unwind, to spend time, to be close to nature?
Do we want a space where we can easily share our space and our furniture with others?
How do we build a home that is inviting to people who live in urban areas?
These are all questions that are hard to answer in an empty space.
They need to be asked and answered before we begin the design.
We also need to learn about the materials that our customers prefer.
Some of our customers are more comfortable with hardwood, and some of them prefer glass and metal.
In terms of materials, our customers may be more concerned about their home looking good in a different lighting scenario than we are, so we can design with them in mind.
We can also work with them on our aesthetic goals.
If we design a home with the intent of providing a sense of style and comfort, we will be creating a home designed to appeal to those needs.
In some cases, our clients may even prefer our designs to those of the other design firms in our neighborhood.
We must understand what makes people feel at their home.
An understanding of our people.
When we design an interior, we want it to feel “home.”
Our design should also be a way of connecting us to the people we work with.
We want to make sure we’re working with people who care about their homes and their communities.
How will we be able to provide that level of care?
A willingness to embrace the unknown.
We’ve all heard the phrase “the unknown” before.
The “the Unknown” refers to the things that aren’t known.
It can be things we don’t understand about the design or process, or things that are beyond our knowledge.
In the case of interior designs, this can lead to a sense that we’re “in the dark” when it comes to our own home and our customers’ spaces.
Designers need to embrace that feeling and look at the whole process as a process.
The process of interior designing is a process that is often shrouded in mystery, and we want to be as transparent as possible with our clients.
We have to know how the design will work with our customers and what they are looking for.
A commitment to making a home work well with all its occupants.
We know we all have a home we want for ourselves.
We don’t want to “sell” our home, but we also don’t need to sell it for a “sale price” of $50,000.
We just want to know what’s going on with our home and why we should buy it.
We could always go the home shopping route and save money by selling a larger house instead of the smaller one we’ve built.
Designing for the “other” is a lot harder than it sounds.
So it makes sense that the design team should have the same approach to the unknown, but they also need the “knowledge” to understand it better.
This is especially true when designing for older people, who may be less likely to own a home of their own.
The design team needs to work with their clients on their expectations for the design of their home, and then have the right knowledge about their needs and preferences in order to deliver the design that they envision.
A desire to help the “less fortunate” in our community.
When our home is a destination, the more people we can help and the more we can build the place where we live, the happier we’ll be.
We will always be building a place where everyone can get what they want, when they want it, and for as long as we live.
When it comes down to it, we all want our homes to be beautiful places for everyone to enjoy.
So designing for the betterment of our community is part of that.
We are going to do our part to make that happen.