Interior redesign (also known as one-day decorating or interior styling) is the process of rearranging the contents of a room with an artful eye and great attention to detail, all sometimes without the purchase of a single item.
Most people have everything they need to create a beautiful room, but have no idea how to "put it all together." Redesigners can correct common decorating mistakes made by homeowners unfamiliar with basic design principles, and can transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.
It's also eco-friendly. Today's interior designers and decorators are beginning to practice "green" design methods -- the practice of using or re-using resources wisely. An ever-increasing number of products are being developed from recycled materials, and new materials are being developed without harming the environment -- green design just makes sense. How much greener can you get than interior redesign? It's the ultimate in recycling.
A typical redesign begins with a room evaluation. The space is analyzed as the redesigner gets to know you and your lifestyle. Most redesigns start with a blank canvas -- almost everything is removed from the room to get a better sense of space. Then it's time to check out the rest of the house to see what else can be used to enhance the overall design.
Redesigners prowl attics, basements and garages looking for long-lost treasures. A few hours later, both the homeowner and designer enjoy the instant gratification of completely redecorating a room in less than a day. Once the room is complete, you may receive a list of recommendations to finish off the room just so -- the perfect wall color or accessory ideas, perhaps. This list can be tucked away for another day and when your budget allows.
A talented redesigner has the ability to relate to many design styles. The goal is to bring out a room's balance and make the most of what's there. This service can also be used when reinventing space for a party, to spruce up and de-clutter a home before placing it on the market, and more.
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