When I do any kind of design for clients, visuals are one of the most important parts of the design because it’s a way for the clients to see how everything will look together. The visuals can include anything from a concept page, like the one above, to a full-blown rendering (examples here and here) that shows all the architectural detail of a client’s room. This particular bedroom that I designed has a Scandinavian influence with the type of furniture and color palette used.
Just like most people have a particular style or aesthetic, designers do too. Interior designers can design in any kind of style, but in general, they lean towards one aesthetic that they favor. I lean towards classic and traditional styles, but I also like to design in the Scandinavian and Farmhouse style as well. Do you have a preference or style at home?
The design above is influenced by the Scandinavian style, but leans toward more traditionalism. What is so characteristic of the true Scandinavian style is no wall to wall carpets–lots of wood floors with occasional rugs. A soft color palette is also used with lots of white and pale neutrals to combat the long dark Winters. There is very little ornamentation in the Scandinavian style–mostly modern clean lines are used. Above all, there is no clutter. Everything is streamlined and free of clutter and mess.
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