|Interior & Ambiance for the Living Room!|
Work out your design in 3D: the arrangement.
With a ground plan, you can have a good impression of what the living room is going to look like, but very often, there's also the need to have a 3D representation with length, width and depth. You can do it with a computer program like Maya from the softwaremaker Autodesk, like the picture on the right. You don't have to, because you can also use a maquette, or scale model to show what it's going to look like. If the client has an idea with the moodboard, groundplan and 3D's what it's all about and what everything is going to look like, and if he agrees, the interior decorator can start with the arrangements.
All in order?
From this point on, the orders can be placed and the rebuilding of can be started: This does NOT mean that the work of the interior decorator ends here. He'll need to check if everything is going well, because if anything goes wrong, then someone will have a high price to pay moneywise. One example is the paint. Is it the right color? Always check this, because paint shops have tens of thousands of different colors, and it takes a little mistake to ruin your design. Or maybe there are things that can go better? Sometimes it's also the client that wants something else on the last minute. An interior decorator hates it when that happens, because it is always going to weaken the concept of the interior stylist. For example, if the concept was black & white and the client decides that something has to be painted blue, you'll get a totally different ambiance: 3 colors instead of your black & white concept. Black and white with a nuance it'll become! One of my colleagues for example got to hear that some cupboards were delivered in half-shining black instead of high-shine black. Fortunately for her it wasn't a big difference, but drastic changes can ruin the concept of a design, but of course, the client is the king, and as long as he is happy, everything's back to where it should be.
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