We all need a little help from time to time, and there’s no shame in calling in a professional to help tackle your big interior design dreams. Sometimes our visions just need an extra set of hands to make their way into reality. A professional assessment is a solid plan of action when choosing an interior designer to help carry out any major design changes. Whether you already have an existing idea for your home or just looking for some input, an interior designer can help showcase anything you like. As we move further into the new year, we’re flooded with inspiration. Our design team is here to shed some light on the benefits of finding and using an interior designer.
Designers are trained to think outside the box. With new trends like Mid-Century Modern (MCM) popping up this season, this kind of trained thinking is invaluable to helping you transition into a new trend. MCM is aesthetically pleasing and catching on like wildfire, but if not created with specific intention, can easily go from retro inspired to dated, and you don’t want to live in a home that feels like you’re trapped in a time capsule. Designers are trained to take a whole space into consideration and can foresee spatial problems that you, as a homeowner, might miss. In an MCM designed home, understanding space is key to adding luxury. The design creates progression with vintage inspiration and minimalism. Funky furniture lines and pops of color with an otherwise neutral palette really provide a retro feel but the trick to making it still modern and luxurious is utilizing your home’s lines and lights appropriately. An interior designer can make sure your furniture gets the best exposure possible and your rooms get the best color pallet based on what you want your space to look like.
Mid Century Modern can be a difficult style to master because of it’s unique elements that date back to a specific period in style. With an extra set of eyes and hands your home has the potential to create that ‘wow’ factor that you’re looking to create. Visit our showroom to not just find inspiration for your next remodel, but to speak with our interior designers. You’re in good hands, so don’t be afraid to go for the bold with this new interior design trend.