By Barna Nora. Home Design. Published at Sunday, November 19th, 2017 - 04:59:48 AM.
If you are concerned about the Design and Architecture of your dream home, the best thing you can do is to talk with a talented and high quality home designer. Most companies that are responsible for constructing a family’s dream home employ both designers and contractors, as they are aware of the need to design the home before any construction begins. Whether you are assessing hand-drawn plans or computer generated models – you should have a clear idea of how your home is going to look before you sign off on a construction project!
That said, when you’re planning a design project, the first thing you should consider is what you need your newly designed room to do. For example, in the picture above, you can see that in addition to the sleeping space, there’s a seating area that can be used for reading. Before you start on a new project, it’s important to take inventory of the existing design. In particular, you should make note of all the things you like about the room. Not only will this give you a realistic view of your starting point, but it will also help you decide if there are any features that you can incorporate into the new look.
Adding lamps and overhead lighting will help keep your loved one(s) from bumping into coffee tables and other objects in the darkly lit rooms. Make sure that the power to the various forms of lighting are easy to access. Having a lighting switch close to each room’s entry is essential.
Scandinavian furniture features simple silhouettes, clean lines and an emphasis on natural materials. Whenever possible, there’s also a focus on choosing well-made, artisanal products over mass-produced pieces. With this style of design, the placement is just as important as the products themselves. You’ll want to make your furniture the focal point of the room. Center living rooms around cozy seating areas, master suites around a lush bedroom set, and dining areas around a large farm table.
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