I don’t know about you guys, but scale is something that I struggle with in design constantly. I am not a professionally trained ASID interior designer but I do consider myself well trained in an artistic sense having my schooling in art and lots of years behind me now in the creative work world. I can easily see color and flow in design but…
am somewhat technically and spatially challenged when it comes to fitting things in and laying things out.
Thankfully my husband is a total layout geek, trained in college to work up blueprints and in his every day work of high end home remodeling he too has many years behind what he knows. Funny thing…he has let his hair go grey and I have not. He says that his grey hair only brings him that air of being known in his field as an expert, but I’ve yet to embrace that for myself. When I want to change something in our home or the beach place, I refer to him for advice. Will this painting be too large honey for the space, will this cabinet fit into this area?
The Importance Of Scale In Design
We had the brilliant idea of raising up the headboard, so we added some wood to the side panel and it’s now 6-8″ taller.
I received the SANTORINI BEDDING from one of my favorite sources at SOFT SURROUNDINGS. It’s exquisite and adds just the right amount of….well….softness! The SANTORINI COVERLET falls to the floor in a beautiful drape.