Whether you have decided to redo your home, perhaps room by room or need to update your business office it might be of benefit to you to hire someone who has vast experience with furniture designing and planning out dÃŠcor, wall coloring, lighting, and everything from floors to ceilings. Designers seem to have that special “eye” for what will work and how to put things together and make everyone happy. Things like lighting (too dim or too bright), color and texture on the walls, carpeting and especially the furnishings all play a part in making the surroundings pleasant for all involved. The furniture designers of today are well trained in what works best with what and how to put it all together for you. Interior decorators can work with you, selecting colors of walls and carpeting but the furniture designers are the ones who can pull it all together and make clients happy every time!
Try some texturing on walls for a 3-D look that wows!
Many business owners today want their employee’s happy while in the work environment so try to make their offices bright and lively. Textured paint can make the rooms pop with color and stylish looks. Furniture that matches will be admired by all who see these rooms. Back at home those drab walls with the traditional off white paint on them are truly out of date today. Trends are toward brighter coloring on walls and especially carpeted floors. Ceilings even grab attention when they have scalloped tiles or wooden beams installed. The key is to never over do any aspect of a redo, make changes in furnishings but keep them subtle.
Tables, chairs, and sofas deserve an update too!
Modern designs in furniture are not much different than a few decades ago. The surroundings and what the space is used for should help determine the style of furniture to use. Then colors will be the next natural selection based on style of furniture and coloring on the walls. Lighter somewhat brighter colors tend to make rooms appear larger than they actually are and that is what most people refurnishing their home or office generally wish to see happen. Furniture with upholstery may be a large influence on the overall style of the room with plaids or flowery materials less desirable than basic solid colors such as tan, grey, and blues as well as dark green. Often these colors may contrast with walls and carpeting.
The role of furniture designers is to improve the world around them
No matter if it is a suite of offices in a high rise downtown or a conventional three bedroom home in the suburbs design is appreciated. Trained experienced furniture designers have plans complete with color combinations in their heads and are ready to solve problems of space and structure before your very eyes. One small change, perhaps bringing in a colorful stylish new sofa to add to drab dÃŠcor can “spruce up” any room. It may take paint, carpeting or other flooring, and a total upgrade in furnishings but any room will be appreciatively improved with help from a furniture designer.