For small interior spaces, every centimetre counts and it is important to take detailed measurement of every area of the interior space in order to develop an initial sketch plan.
Planning and working out exactly how much space is available and how this can be maximised to suit client's requirements. For small spaces, the strategy could be to incorporate multi-purpose furniture pieces into the design scheme.
Wellbeing and Lifestyle
Designs to specifically meet functional and psychological requirements using various design elements such as colours, daylight, etc to meet clients' specific needs. Including analysis of individual needs prior to implementing design projects.
Nature and Daylight
Natural light spilling through the windows is an asset which helps to shape the overall mood of the above room. In addition to daylight, closeness to nature and access to good quality air have been linked to health and wellbeing. Visit our blog for related and useful articles.
Colours in Design
In choosing the right colour, it is important to plan the ultimate mood and goal well in advance. And as colours are influenced by lighting, it is ideal to consider this and other elements such as pattern, texture, shape and size - before making the final decision.
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