TIME MANAGEMENT IS NECESSARY IN THE CREATIVE PROCESS. After the choice of finishing materials is made, immediately proceed to their purchase or order. Refuse to be overly optimistic about delivery times. It is much more reasonable to assume that various delays and delays of suppliers are the norm, and not an exception to the rule. This principle will save a lot of time and energy. But do not forget to find a place in advance to store all the ordered materials and things. FURNITURE ITEMS: FIND GENERAL IN VARIOUS. If the room contains furniture from different sets, it is important that some common features are present in its design. It can be the color of the upholstery, the material or the shape of the legs. Otherwise, the integrity of the interior will be compromised. CUSTOMER'S WISHES - DO NOT DISTURB, AND HELP. A professional decorator considers working with a difficult customer not as bad luck, but as an opportunity to increase his own efficiency. A demanding customer who is difficult to please stimulates the search for innovative solutions.
LUXURY OF COMPLEX FACTS FOR FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY. The usual version of upholstery for furniture is a dense, lint-free fabric. But it is worth abandoning it in favor of fluffy upholstery, and the interior will look in a new way. It is not necessary to decorate all furniture with artificial or natural fur. One or two items in the room will be enough. MORE LIFE THAN JEWELERY. Decorating a room, it is better to remember that the end result that you should strive for is not a beautiful picture for a magazine, but a space where a high quality of life will be ensured. FULL DISCLAIMER OF ARTIFICIAL TEXTILES. Most professional decorators strictly observe the principle of completely abandoning artificial textiles in favor of natural textiles. Cotton, wool, silk, linen are the only possible options for materials. Costs are increasing, but the result is worth it. DISCLAIMER OF AGGRESSIVE FORMS AND COLORS. Most professional decorators are of the opinion that the main and necessary characteristics of a living space are comfort and a relaxing atmosphere. It is better to create a corner of calm in the house than to opt for aggressive shapes and colors.
NEW LIFE OF OLD THINGS. The abundance of old things in the house is a characteristic that speaks of the interior from a negative side. But you should not completely abandon them. Connect your imagination, and among the things that seem to have served their purpose long ago, there will certainly be something interesting. Some can be used in the interior in its original form, while others will have to be painted, upholstered or decorated with decoupage. The main thing is to strive to see hidden opportunities in old things. NUMBER OF ORNAMENTS - Odd. The rule that most professional decorators adhere to is that the number of ornaments in the room should be odd, and their pattern should be different. Floral patterns are in harmony with geometric prints, and rich ornaments are best combined with neutral ones. PICTURES OR POSTERS - AT THE LEVEL OF VIEW. The optimal height for placing paintings or posters is at the height of the eye, that is, approximately 1.6 m from the floor. If a group of images is placed on the wall, then at the level of view it is worth hanging the central element of such a decorative composition. SUDDENING ELEMENT FOR REVITALIZING A SITUATION. To the interior was not monotonous, it is worth introducing an element of surprise into it. It may be some details that are invisible during a cursory inspection of the living space. For example, the back side of the cabinet doors is brightly painted with the restrained color of the remaining visible surface. An original print, the details of which can be viewed only at close range, the upholstery of the sofa has an unusual texture ... There can be many options.