Just as fashion fluctuates and fads arise in clothing or style, your home’s design can vary in popularity over the years. For example, last year saw a surge in grey cabinets, flooring, and accents, making it the latest trend that influenced home buying and property value. Indeed, while it may have been a popular choice for many homeowners, in a few years, the next fad design will take its place and the process is destined to repeat itself. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX interior designer will take a deep dive into the stories your pattern choices may convey, as well as how you can add value to your home with a remodel.
Communicating a Mood
It goes without saying that interior design is much more of an art than a science, and effectively communicating a mood or a feeling takes time and effort. Indeed, what might have been the “it” design a few years ago has likely morphed into an older, outdated setting, and nothing is worse than a musty old room that you no longer get any use out of.
For most clients, a central mood, theme, or overall feeling is sought to be achieved. In order to do so, however, you must have a substantial understanding of your budget, needs, and the ability to communicate your overall vision. Fortunately, this is where our team can come in to help!
You see, helping you create a sustainable combination of patterns, furnishings, and fixtures will not only help bring your vision to life in a more lifelike manner, but it helps bring value to your home overall. For more information about this process and what your first steps will look like, give our team a call today.
How Patterns Complement One Another
It is important to recognize the power in complementary patterns and designs. Indeed, if you are aiming for a cozy feel, perhaps warm, complex patterns may be your best option. On the other hand, if you are aiming for a more open concept, softer and simpler patterns may be the way to go.
Additionally, combining patterns can be extremely effective, but they also have the possibility to clash and take away from the overall goal. Contact our team to learn more about the complementary process and how it can communicate certain moods and ideas.
Our Role in the Process
Though people may be able to thrive without an interior designer, having an expert on your side offers a number of benefits as well. For example, we can use our years of experience to help guide the process in ways that give you the most value for your investment. Further, our stocking dealer status maintained through our retail store helps provide better access to an array of elements that you can see and feel in action prior to purchasing.
Get Started Today
Contact Paisley House Design Interiors in Houston, TX by calling 713-463-7600 to speak with a representative from our team and learn how you can get started with your project today.