The world of Interior Design may seem like an easy thing to grasp for an outsider. It may look like it’s all just about buying furniture and placing it in a certain order. But the truth is that it is so much more than that. Let’s take a moment and look at the definition of this concept according to Wikipedia:

Interior design is the process of shaping the experience of interior space, through the manipulation of spatial volume as well as surface treatment for the betterment of human functionality.

These are the basic principles that one has to take into consideration when talking about or working as an interior designer. But there are also many more things in between to consider. You have to not only think of function and space but have other limits as well. From the cultural preferences of the client, to the location and available materials, budget and so on and so forth. But I’m getting a bit ahead of myself.

If you are just looking for a few tips on how you can improve your home and your life, you’ve come to the right place. You may have noticed that I’ve started a series of articles containing inforgraphics of Interior Design. These are filled with tips, tricks and basic principles for those who just need a little guidance in this direction. You can use them just to spruce and improve your home design. Or maybe they will be the base from where you start to take interest in this subject. I encourage both and just hope you stick around (home) long enough to see what more I will share with you.

 

What You Need to Know about Interior Design

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