Interior Designer Elkhart Goshen Indiana
Texture is the relative smoothness or roughness of a surface and is read both physically by touch
and visually as well.
Smooth textures are generally associated with more formal, traditional styles while rough textures are often thought to be more casual.
When a new client approaches me for assistance in helping them discover and develop their own style--or combine styles, I ask them to evaluate textures on seven different levels between rough and soft. This helps in discovering their reaction and response to textural design elements that will have both tactile and visual influence in their environment. Then I often ask them if they had to choose between texture and pattern, which one would they choose? This begins a new paradigm and helps them to start thinking differently about their project. Often they begin to understand the design process as more of a manageable puzzle as well as focus on what's really important to them and how they want to live.
Do you know your own unique design style and the things that really inspire you?
Or are you having difficulty combining two different styles? I'd love to help you put the puzzle pieces together either corporately in a large group or in the privacy of your home or entirely via the internet. Send me an email today for more information.
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Welcome to my personal design notebook. If you already know me, then you know my mother suffers from Alzheimer's disease. During this journey with her, I realized how important it was to keep a record of the things that reflect who I am and what is important to me, because one day my memories too, may be gone and what would that mean to the people God gave me to care for and the good works He gave me to do? So here is where I share the important stuff so that you can learn real design, not decorator tricks, but fundamental and salient concepts to apply so that you can create your own exemplary home and so that my family and I can remember the life we lived and created here in our home, our sacred place. Because my work is important, this is also where I share my favorite design projects and how good design enhanced their lives as well. I hope you're inspired and encouraged as I share my memories, my work, my mission & my life. Many blessings, (Numbers 6: 24-26)