Van Day Truex, Interiors, Character, and Color:“Remember, color is not just color, but mood, temperature and structure.”
Albert Hadley, The Story of America's Preeminent Interior Designer:“A decorator must understand that taste is not a standard but the power to discern, to concentrate. Taste is an appreciation of order and a sure knowledge of what constitutes fitness. These concepts can be learned through education, travel, experience, and living. In learning these principles, the person will come to understand that a room - any room - is simply an enclosure of space and time for a specific purpose. The challenge is to know what is suitable in this defined space.”
Albert Hadley, The Story of America's Preeminent Interior Designer:“So many young decorators are trying to reinvent the wheel, and the results are sometimes very dubious. They're striving to do things that have never been done before. Quite often it is done without authority, without knowledge, and without a background in taste. They need to be educated about the past, and they need a richer vocabulary.”
Who wants a visitant compartment while each wall can make? Moreover the restricted of area extend a completion. These clone replicas are camouflaged like enticing wardrobes with fake door plus drawer frontages. Here’s next prompt substitute, promoting a concertina shape, which you may mask to distinct sections from fittings similar wall components.
Eleanor McMillen Brown, Sixty Years of Interior Design :"There is nothing more trite than a set period - any antique period bought intact for today's living. But, by the same token, a contemporary house that ignores all vestiges of the past in order to express a purely modern philosophy runs the risk of becoming a stagnant document of its own time."
Wood texture streams through the partitions over into the plafond, and big wooden rafters sustain over the space also suspend just down the plafond. An enormous stone hearth is equipped with the black paving floor. Studio illumination is accentuated at the palate, over a bland tinted space completed by wood texture plus other native tones. A compact coffee bar places ere a big sofa, which rests before a extensive bookshelf.
This restful compartment exploits pigeon gray walls to accomplish the usage from indigo with chartreuse emphasises. The muted wood flooring mirrors ample of radiance of the windows, causing this mini place sensate broad plus draughty.
Charlotte Moss, A Passion for Details:“..People's live are expressed in little details....The soap in the bathroom, the flowers in the garden, the books on the bedside table are all strong symbols of a life in progress. You look at these details and a world unfolds - here are their books, the paintings they cherish, the music that soothes their souls.”
Albert Hadley, The Story of America's Preeminent Interior Designer :"So many young decorators are trying to reinvent the wheel, and the results are sometimes very dubious. They're striving to do things that have never been done before. Quite often it is done without authority, without knowledge, and without a background in taste. They need to be educated about the past, and they need a richer vocabulary."
Shiny white minimal cabinetry influences this spacious – theory kitchen. The island presents two portions, first as a dining space, and the next as a keeping space. A big sliding crystal door guides out from the flat and to a patio, wherein the owner’s bicycle is kept.
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