Putting pen to paper and articulating your ideas is much easier said than done. This is especially so in the case of architecture and interior design. In discussion with Rogerseller design consultant Daniel, architect Feras Raffoul of FGR Architects, and Northcote Home resident Damien, we’ve been able identify a few key considerations as part their recent collaboration.
Make your individual way of life the focus
Consider the memorable places you have visited on holiday, or a favourite restaurant, hotel or room in an old house – how can you bring a little of that story into the context of your home?
The clothes maketh the space
We all have one outfit that makes us feel we could conquer the world. So, ask yourself – what it is about it that makes it so enjoyable? Transferring these design cues onto interior spaces will offer insight into one’s visual preferences.
Refine your social media skills
Seek out relevant hashtags such as #bathroomdesign or #interiors to find inspiration specific to your needs. Likewise use social media strategically, connect with architects, designers and brands that align with your design values through their social media channels.
Talk to someone about it
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