Resources

Design Notes: Mood Boards

A mood board is used to convey mood & style, usually through images which are eye catching, compact and convey an informative snapshot of a proposed design. They can help to support and develop a scheme that’ll allow you to access your creativity and convey the mood & style you are trying to realise. It […]

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Tips and Tricks for Hanging Curtains Beautifully

Drapery can serve as a practical purpose to block out light and boost privacy, but a well fitted treatment will enable you to alter the apparent size of room, correct or hide awkward windows and provide a sharp, orderly appearance of a space, no matter how traditional or modern your aesthetic is. Tall and Long […]

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Design Notes: Building Construction

Knowledge of construction will help a designer in several ways. At the design stage, it will allow you to make informed decisions about the practicality of making changes to the structure, whether you want to remove or add walls, enlarge windows etc. Showing that you understand what your builders are doing will give you credibility […]

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Design Notes: Wall Treatments

After the floor, the walls are considered the next most important and noticeable area of a room, but they are seen in relation to the majority of the other surfaces, and are often cut up by windows, doors, fireplaces and other architectural features (which can make the use of a patterned wallcovering unsuitable). In some […]

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How To Conduct Successful Site Surveys ~ Tips & Advice

How To Conduct Successful Site Surveys ~ Tips & Advice by Fateha Sh Naveed Learning how to conduct successful site surveys and drawing accurate floor plans for clients is a must have skill for all interior designers. We asked Fateha to share her tips and advice: Create a to-do list of all the following steps, […]

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