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  1. Welcome to Najib Interior Looking for an interior designer or interior decorator can be overwhelming if you are not sure which designer you need for the scope or your project. Are you building, renovating or moving and need professional advice? Are you planning to sell your property and not sure how to get ready for the first inspection? This document gives you answers to frequently asked questions in regards to interior design, interior decorating, colour consulting and property styling.

  2. It will help you finding the right designer for your interior design and decorating projects and eventually create your individual style in your home. What's the difference between an inside designer and an inside stylist? You might have thought about this question when facing a building or restoration job already. Do I want an inside designer, an inside decorator, a colour consultant or an inside stylist?

  3. What's the difference between an inside designer and an inside stylist? You might have thought about this question when facing a building or restoration job already. Do I want an inside designer, an inside decorator, a colour consultant or an inside stylist? The answer is that this will depend on the range of the job. An interior developer is an experienced professional who's designing interior surroundings corresponding to your briefing. The inside developer either modifies what already is available (restoration) or has an totally new design for an area (new build). In cases like this the interior creator works tightly with the architect and will come in at an early on level of the job. Interior designers work either along a team in design company or independently.

  4. The inside stylist may help you finding your own style, creating beautiful interiors that are unique and significant. This is achieved with the easiest things and doesn't have to be costly. The thing you must do is keep eyes available to beautiful things in characteristics, structures, design, museums, skill, exhibitions, books, travel and textiles. There is merely one rule: Only accumulate or buy things which means that something for you!

  5. How exactly does a colour discussion work? The colour assessment focuses on setting up a colour pallette for a particular area or the complete house regarding to your briefing. A professional colour consultant can assist you with interior and outdoor colour schemes. Prior to building a colour pallette for you the color consultant should speak to you about the spirits and atmosphere you want to achieve in your space. He'll clarify for you the variations between your coloring companies and their products and choose the best product to your requirements. After designing the color plan you will get a written advice including a specs sheet and brushouts ready for your painter to start out.

  6. Exactly why is it important to get advice from a artist when choosing colorings? Coloring is the most effective tool as it pertains to non-verbal communication and the look component which makes a space stand out. Colour brings personality in an area which is one of the very most useful tools to understand when finding your own style. Leatrice Eiseman, Exec Director of the Pantone Color Institute, says in her publication Pantone Guide to Communicating with Color: "Among other uses, color stimulates and works together with all the senses synergistically, symbolizes abstract thoughts and concepts, expresses dream or wish fulfillment, recalls another time or place and produces an cosmetic or mental response."

  7. Whenever choosing a coloring for an area or house it's important to take into account the disposition and atmosphere you want to achieve. Could it be a dark room or flooded with day light? Where way is the available room facing? How will be the proportions? Do you are in a tiny apartment or a modern-day newly built house with open plan living areas? All this must be considered whenever choosing colours for an area. If you're overwhelmed by the decision of shades available - yes, there are hundreds on the marketplace - how will you start finding your individual colour scheme?

  8. For a lot of people it is a journey longer, for others it comes more obviously. The main thing is to have some right time, open your eyes, walk around your home and absorb the color combinations the thing is. Then start gathering all the items you like. This is anything from old porcelain, travel souvenirs, photographs, artwork, clothes, tear sheets from magazines, fabric swatches, stationary, a assortment of stones, glass or feathers objects. Also keep in mind nature as enthusiasm for a colour pallette (interior or outside). In the event that you live near to the ocean, tones of blues and greens may be used to web page link your interior using its environment. Flowers, butterflies, stones, shells, driftwood are fantastic inspirations for colour schemes.

  9. Once you have gathered all your beloved treasures in one spot, play around with the pieces, group them by colours and you will see a colour palette emerge. This "moodboard" is a great starting point for your interior designer, interior stylist or colour consultant to help you creating an individual and personal space, a home that reflects who you are and a place that you love coming home to. Stylist's tip: Before you start painting always buy a test pot and paint a large sheet of paper or cardboard (one square metre) with your colour. Tape it to the walls in your room and study it for a couple of days. Look at it in daylight and artificial light. This is very important as colours change depending on the light, the orientation of the room, other colours in the room and spatial elements like furniture and artwork for example.

  10. What is the difference between a colour and a styling consultation? The colour consultation focuses on creating a colour scheme for a specific room or space or the whole house according to your briefing. A qualified colour consultant can help you with interior and exterior colour schemes. The styling consultation focuses on creating a certain (Your) style in your home or simply on answering all your questions about colours, style, furniture sourcing and placement, art sourcing and placement, displays of your collections, accessories, proportions in a space, lighting etc. Again it is vital that the designer listens to what you would like to achieve (briefing) and makes sure that he understood what you want (debriefing). Don't let the interior designer or interior stylist talk you into something you don't like!

  11. How do you maximise the result of my styling assessment? Are you likely to coloring, redecorate or refurbish, but have no idea the place to start? Have you got a lot of questions about shade schemes, furniture positioning, how to show your collections, literature or other loved things? Have you been uncertain whether to redecorate with your old furniture and accessories or even to refurbish and create a fresh look? Do you will need inspirations where you can source furniture and accessories, used parts or antiques? If you ready your first appointment with your stylist properly, you'll get answers to all or any the relevant questions you have. Listed below are my tips how to increase the output from your styling or colour consultation:

  12. • Be clear what you would like the outcome of the consultation to be. Decide which room or space you would like to focus on. Is it only one room or the whole house? Prepare yourself with tear sheets from interior design magazines like Real Living, Inside Out, Belle or Vogue Living. There are plenty on the market so choose the one that speaks to you most and start collecting pages of everything you like: colour schemes, furniture, accessories, room layouts, rugs, flooring, wallpaper, decorative items and everything that speaks to you. If you do this for a couple of weeks you will clearly see what you like and find your own personal style. Keep your eyes open to the beautiful things around you: nature, architecture, design, museums, art, exhibitions, books, textiles and travel. Make sure that your stylist is listening and explain what you want to achieve with your styling project, what you would like a room to do for you and what mood you would like to create in your space. • • • And finally one of the most important things: Don't let the stylist talk you into something you don't like! You have to live in the space and you need to feel comfortable and at home! It is all about creating your home with your personal touch.

  13. How do I find my own style? The answer is as simple as this: explore the world around you and appreciate the beauty that lies within everything you discover! Keep your eyes open and your mind excited! Discover and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you every day! Find inspiration in nature, buildings, shops, exhibitions, museums, art, events, markets, magazines and of course books. One of my favourite books I spotted in a museum shop is called: How to be an explorer of the world by Keri Smith. On the back it says: "At any given moment, no matter where you are, there are hundreds of things around you that are interesting and worth documenting."