Published at Wednesday, 10 October 2018. Interior Furniture. By Lucien Chevotet.
Professionals in design should also be able to look at the architectural elements of a building and plan a room's layout to complement the architecture. This includes choosing designer furniture with lines and colours that best accent the room.
Next, consider the function of the piece. The interior furniture needs to function in several ways. It should fit well within the room that you want to place it in, in the matter of size. Crowding a room with too much makes it overwhelming. Second, it needs to provide for enough seating for your family. If you have children, look for furniture that is stain guarded and easy to take care of as well. The function of the pieces of furniture should also help to enhance the items such as wall coverings, carpeting and other elements that you already have. Or, you'll need to replace these.
Furniture buyers would benefit from understanding the difference between an interior design professional and an interior decorator. A designer usually has a college degree, while a decorator may or may not have a formal education. Interior design professionals who work with a specific London designer furniture company, for instance, usually have a formal design education and have ample experience working with that company's specific type of designer furnishings.
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