Are you all about the high-end ‘designer’ look, or do you prefer shopping around on a more modest budget for a similar design? It’s time to put your money where your mouth is; we’re going to play a game called ‘Don’t be ridiculous, of course I know the difference between designer and budget’.
So, you have a client brief. You’ve done your research and now you’re ready to ‘put pen to paper’ – in the interior design world this means you’re ready to convey your design concept via presentation boards. This can include a Samples Board, a Products Board or 3D Visuals.
“It’s got great form…”, is something we hear people in the ‘industry’ saying all the time. And it’s said with clarity, conviction and confidence. But I’m going to be honest: I had to Google its definition in design terms because I just couldn’t get my head around it.
I’ve noticed (from having a nosy at my site stats) that a lot of people are using Google to search for the history of Georgian design. I already have a post relating to a Georgian colour scheme but my very first module while studying my interior design Diploma required me to look into the history of Georgian […]