The Top 2 Questions You Should Ask an Interior Designer

The Top 2 Questions You Should Ask an Interior Designer


[MUSIC] To keep a house from feeling like
a show house, layering is really key. If you have just a sofa with maybe a pillow on it
Like, yeah, that’s good, but it doesn’t really conjure up any feelings of coziness to really
kind of make it feel good and make it feel comfortable and welcoming. You do wanna layer
in pieces. You know, a throw blanket. Maybe one or two patterns on On top of the sofa
just to keep it welcoming and cozy and comfortable. [MUSIC] Mixing pieces of different scales
and sizes actually kind of ups the energy level a little bit in a room. When everything’s
like tiny, it’s like di, di, di, very cutesy feeling. When everything’s really big, it’s
like woah. You know, it’s just a little too much in your face. So, for example, when you
have things of different shapes. You know, you’ve got, maybe a tall long vase, and a
low vase next to each other. It’s just more interesting and your eye just sort of naturally,
kind of follows along the way it would like. Kills or something, verses being everything’s
up here or everything’s down there, which really gets boring. [MUSIC]


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