A PERSON'S HOME IS THEIR SANCTUARY AND TELLS THE STORY OF WHO THEY
OUR PHILOSOPHY ADHERES TO ONE SIMPLE TRUTH:
When I am working with clients, I always try to get to the real psychology beneath the many layers of desire and need. It is my firm belief that you are never going to live properly in a space unless you have uncovered those facets and found the core of what makes you feel good. In essence, your home must represent who you are.
We all have a vision of how we want to live, but rarely do any of us actually look at how we really do live—what we do habitually, what makes us happy, what works with ease, what creates tension. Does your fantasy match up to reality? So, each of us has to look at what we would like against what we need, balanced with what we can afford, and come up with the best possible compromise in order to end up with that good feeling. That sense of contentment is the holy grail of how to live, and it is different for everyone.
With the experience of over a decade, I find out People often think that interior design is mostly about the design of a room. But in fact it is more to do with a room. I am a great believer that every home should reflect their needs, and the followings are the things we have learned which is important.
You should consider when you are designing your house
Your home must work for you & how you live. Before you draw a single line, picture what kind of home you would want to live in if money were no object. The earliest stages of the design process are not about building materials or zoning regulations, but about how you define your desires. Chances are, you already have a few images in mind that just need to be fleshed ou