By Lynsey Meng. interior. Published at Monday, June 18th, 2018 - 19:14:10 PM.
However. interior designers are often asked to work in commercial spaces to bring a location up to code on safety and functionality—not nearly as fun to those who dream of pretty things.Being an individual who is fluid enough to move between residential and commercial projects is a must in this line of work. While many interior designers start out with the dream of being a sought after residential specialist.
A basement family room lacks natural light. but fun. vibrant colors and textures makes up for missing brightness.The super-soft chairs and sofa shown above are perfect to sink into while binge-watching your favorite series.This cozy family room with curvy seating looks—and feels—very relaxing. The ottoman does double duty. serving as a foot stool or coffee tableThis cozy den features a rotating bubble chair.
If you've ever considered a career in interior design. it's most likely because at some point. you've found yourself passionately rearranging a room. or constantly offering to spruce up a friend's place. Here's the thing. interior design is not only about aesthetics—it is a career that requires a multitude of skills; It's a career that demands attention to detail. creativity and logical solutions.
the idea of doing so can feel out of reach. but it doesn't need to be. We've created a first-timer's guide to working with an interior designer to help you take the plunge. Use the advice in this post to make an informed decision as to whether hiring professional help is the right choice for you.Have you ever hired an interior designer? If so. do you have any advice to add?