Industrial interior design is a popular style loved by many homeowners for its raw beauty and slightly rustic visual appeal.
Do you prefer patterns that incorporate floral designs? Then you might be a fan of art nouveau.
I say it’s cool to mix old with new and really create your own style instead of trying to do what is supposed to be right. Whether you have a $100K Lichtenstein or a $5 piece you found at Goodwill, you really just have to do what expresses your personality and not worry about the trends.
As an Interior Designer, I love the opportunity to be innovative and resourceful, and create beautiful spaces that not only enhance the clients’ lives, but also have as many sustainable design elements as possible. This allows my clients to make an impact on the world through their design choices.
I think people will continue to be interested in and fascinated by interior design. In today’s fast-paced and sometimes scary world, it is comforting to be able to influence your personal space. Your home is one area where you can have control.
Live/Work Loft Apartment spaces are becoming more mainstream and, for small spaces, they are no longer representative of those with “less” or “cheaper” living. In fact, downsizing is now considered thoughtful, responsible, smarter living, which makes multi-purpose functionality in design “in demand.”