Adding White to Dark Decor
Adding white to dark decor is a great way to contrast two different designs in a creative way. Add white to dark decor with help from a New York based interior designer with more than 20 years of experience decorating homes in New York City and its surrounding communities in this free video clip.
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Hi, I'm John Eason, principal of John Douglas Eason Interiors, an interior design firm based in New York City and I'll be speaking with you about professional interior design and decorating. Interior design consists of two primary aspects, logistical and aesthetic. Most people think only of the aesthetic which involves coordinating and balancing, color, pattern, finishes and furnishings so that styles and proportions work harmoniously to create beautiful rooms. The first skill an interior designer brings to the job is knowing where to find those marvelous elements and trades that will help transform your home. Many resources are either not available to those outside of the interior design trade or they are not easily found. Equally significant logistically is time. Planning, sourcing, selecting, editing, coordinating, ordering and troubleshooting are all time consuming parts of a designer's workload. Understanding how rooms are used, analyzing how clients an their families function in a home is important work that will underpin design decisions. Designer and client work closely together over a long period of time. So when you select a designer, you'll want to consider temperament and personal compatibility. Trust is key. To accomplish what you desire, make a list of the goals you need to accomplish and have a budget and time frame in mind. Be prepared to discuss your likes and dislikes, the way that you live and how you want to live. I'm John Eason and I hope you'll find these thoughts on professional interior design and decorating helpful when it's time to make your house a home.