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The Truth About Interior Design

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Have you ever wondered how you can make your home look like the place of
the affluent people? Or would you just like to create an impression of
classic beauty with an air of sophistication?

All of these things can be made through the use of interior designs.

Basically, interior design refers to the art of manipulating and forming
the inner space of a house, an office, or a room, through the management
of surface healing and “spatial volume.”

Interior designs are gene...


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Have you ever wondered how you can make your home look like the place of
the affluent people? Or would you just like to create an impression of
classic beauty with an air of sophistication?

All of these things can be made through the use of interior designs.

Basically, interior design refers to the art of manipulating and forming
the inner space of a house, an office, or a room, through the management
of surface healing and “spatial volume.”

Interior designs are generally used to bring in the features of
architecture, furniture designs, environmental psychology, and product
design. All of these are combined to create an artistic projection of the
area in project.

The Style

The interior designer should know and take into consideration the
different parts of “design styles.” These are the proportion, function of
design, concept, and balance. All of these parts are important in
creating the total “look and feel” of the room.

For instance, in creating the “look and feel” of the room, the interior
design could enhance the “graphical user interface” of the design buy
using the right combination of colors, layout, shapes, etc.

Included in the aspect of styles are the seven elements of design that an
interior designer must always take into account. These are the shape,
form, line, texture, color, pattern, and mass. All of these things, when
incorporated in a project will bring out the best results.

However, good interior designers must also take into account the aspects
of beauty in terms of its function and aesthetics. A good balance between
the two will instigate proper coordination of all the elements of design.

The reason behind this argument is based on the fact that the concept of
beauty is always comparative and qualified. As the old adage goes,
“Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.”

Hence, there are instances that one design might be beautiful for one
person but may look unsightly with others. That is why when the function
of interior design serves its purpose as far as enhancing the total
outlook of the space is considered as universal, the comparativeness of
its beauty will vary from one person to another.

For this reason, the design used by the interior designer may be relative
to his or her own aspect of beauty but may be taken differently by his or
her viewers. Nevertheless, it is still the interior designer who will
know the appropriate use of the different elements of design associated
with the utilization of the various kinds of materials that he or she
will use.

Consequently, the interior designer must still consider the insights and
taste of the user or the customer. After all, the interior designer is
being paid to enhance the space according to the taste of the one who
will use that space.

At this point, it is now based on the “sales talks” or the persuasive
power of the designer to convince his or her client the best style,
patterned to his or her style. In this way, the designer will not be in
trouble of deviating from the interests of the client. Otherwise, the
designer may no longer find future works from this particular client.

Indeed, interior designing is not just a matter of good taste and spatial
enhancement. It is also a conglomeration of the application of the
different elements of design along with the personal interest of the
client.

It is a work of art with the value of ethical standards constituted in
one art form.

				
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