Interior Design / July 14, 2018 / Alexis Dent.
The successful interior design almost based on a predefined set of steps. The more you work in the field, the easier it will become to apply these steps to every project you take on. Establishing a work pattern is one of the most challenging tasks you undertake when beginning a career in interior design. It is also one of the most vital ones. When you realize the cycle of events that agrees best with you, please take notice of them, and what aspects of them made you successful and applied that reasoning to all future projects. Below you will find a short description of the sequence that works best for me.
To begin with, one must have a relative idea of the style that you intend to implement into the design. Envisioning this style is the first representation that you will have of the space or area that is to design. It is essential to ask for and listen to any ideas or feedback that the client has concerning this step. Often, clients will have their sense of style or ideas, and they are coming to you to pull it together rather than design it from scratch. These type of client situations may at first sound like the simplest types of work all though take note that because these clients have a predisposition sense of style, they might have very defined aspects of what they want which might be more complicated in creating then they understand.
Other clients may approach you with a picture of a room or a comparison room that they like and want something similar to, only including their style along with it. A great way to start things out because both the client as well as the designer have an actual visual representation of the creative aspect of the design. Discuss elements of the picture or pictures that can improve upon, and even suggest ways that they can bring in some items that they already have in the space, readily available, to cut costs.