By Rafael Jaso. interior. Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 02:10:17 AM.
Most designers will offer a free consultation to come to your home and assess your design dilemmas and walk through your options. Some designers will have tier pricing where you can do work yourself and then utilize them for a few options. rather than the entire project. This is good for a do-it -yourselfer that doesn't want to take on everything.
If you once liked your space. but now you and your family are at a different place in life and need an outsider's view and touch. an interior designer can help. Some people have the time and know how to put towards choosing décor. colors. and finishes together while others get overwhelmed with the number of available color choices. and styles.
2: Paint the walls. Freshen up the room by painting your space in a lighter. fresh color. This shouldn't be too hard and will brighten the room.3: Add large mirrors. Mirrors reflect light and expand a space by creating the illusion that there's more. You can buy a large. full length mirror and lean it against a wall. Or add a wall mirror or square mirror tiles over a table or behind your sofa.
Don't be afraid to make your attic office multi-functional. Think about creating an office for multiple people. Take advantage of architectural details. such as window seats. Create an office with an industrial vibe.Create a laid-back playroom or teen hangout spaceLet your child express their personality through the décor.