A new book, “Interior Design Skills for a Better Future: Building a Better Home,” has created a buzz among the interior design community.
The title, by Robert M. Blau, who is based in New York, is a response to the challenges that come with making the transition from interior design to interior design in the private sector.
In the book, Blau writes, “My job is to create a beautiful home that will satisfy the needs of the owner, the family, and the environment.”
The book was released on Monday by a new publisher, Lendlease.
The book is a collaboration between Blau and the interior designer and design team of the company’s Design Services, a division of the Lend Lease division of Lending Club.
The new book will feature a list of 40 recommendations from an array of experts on interior design and a glossary of terminology.
The recommendations include the “three most important” aspects of a good interior design, the “best of breed” of interior design techniques, the most important features that can be found on each of the home’s walls, as well as the most common mistakes that come up in the field.
The list also includes some common home-improvement issues, including over-stuffing and “paint and finishes that are too light and dull,” according to the book.
The tips on how to be a good home designer are aimed at all levels of the market.
For the more traditional, home improvement, the tips are aimed specifically at homebuyers, who are most likely to be looking to purchase a home and want a new interior design.
The advice from the authors includes: • Be aware of the needs and expectations of your clientele.
• Be clear about what your home is, what you will be able to do to make it more aesthetically pleasing, and what kind of lighting and materials will be necessary to create an overall aesthetically appealing interior.
• Make sure your design is consistent with the materials and materials used in your own home, especially if it’s an interior design project that requires multiple walls.
• Always be prepared to provide a comprehensive and detailed proposal that addresses the needs, and expectations, of your clients.
This way, you can always come up with a solution that will meet the needs that the clientele has, while still providing the design with the best possible results.
• Avoid any unnecessary features that will interfere with the function of the house.
• Use common sense when choosing materials, colors, and finishes for your interior.
For example, make sure your home does not have a lot of “fog,” or excessive shading, or any other materials that would make the home too difficult to clean.
The books recommendations are available for purchase on LendLease.com.