Posts tagged interior tactility
Hiring an Interior Designer; 10 key questions to ask a designer and yourself

Attempting something for the first time can be daunting and hiring an Interior Designer is no exception. Knowing if your visions will align, if they are qualified professionals, how long a project takes to complete and most importantly; what is billable - are all are common questions to ask yourself. This weeks journal entry provides inspiration for the types of questions to not only ask your designer but yourself - before hiring.

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Considered choices rather than expensive mistakes; Why you should appoint an Interior Designer

Interior design is a profession, not a hobby. When hiring an interior designer you are embarking on a valuable journey, utilising skilled practitioners who spend dedicated time developing designs and are able to draw upon years of knowledge - with refined technical capabilities and the experience to execute ideas into a reality. This weeks journal entry explores why an aversion to asking for advice leads to expensive mistakes.

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Rachel Usher Follows - Our top 10 interior Instagram accounts to follow

Instagram. It’s an outlet for creativity, filled with inspiration or perhaps even escapism with the power to influence our decisions - designers included. Here’s our top 10 interior instagram accounts to follow for a daily dose of dream worthy design.



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Triennial Bruges; Architectural artworks

Ever since Triennial Bruges inaugural 2015 debut, contemporary architects and artists from across the globe have been invited to the city, commissioned to create experience based constructions which encourage a thought-provoking social atmosphere. This year, with the overarching theme of ‘Liquid society’, Triennial contemplates our rapidly changing world; as established ways of life are under pressure, what does the future hold?

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Bespoke design; The power of personalisation

The value within bespoke design is often underestimated. It’s a process commonly associated with kitchens or bathrooms only, a limited view in our opinion which dismisses the true power of personalisation. This weeks journal entry explores how bespoke design can be utilised to create an interactive, personalised art form in any space.

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A conscious focus on tactile interiors

Simply looking at something often isn’t enough. Aesthetics are important but our curious nature often directs the most important of all our senses, touch...

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An emotionally considered home

A successful interior scheme enhances the way you experience a space whilst reflecting your individuality. We explore the importance of design that’s emotionally considered.

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