We never stand still at Killymoon Bespoke Living and are constantly thinking of ways to enhance, increase and reinforce our core business. With that in mind we recently decided to extend our offerings to now include interior design services.
We wanted though to walk you through what interior design really is because we understand that it’s often easy to get bogged down with all the terminology and vocabulary.
Interior design is an ever-evolving field that encompasses the art of enhancing interior spaces to create functional, aesthetically pleasing, and harmonious settings. It involves the careful selection and arrangement of many elements, including furniture, colour schemes, lighting, textures, and accessories to transform a space into a unique and personalized setting that reflects the tastes and needs of its occupants.
One of the primary goals of interior design is to optimise the functionality of your space. Designers carefully look at the purpose and function of a room before determining the most efficient layout and spatial configuration.
Whether it’s a residential space, an office, or commercial space, interior design ensures that the available area is utilized effectively, providing comfort and convenience to the users.
Another crucial aspect of interior design is aesthetics. Designers employ many techniques to create visually appealing environments that evoke specific emotions and moods. They work with colour palettes, textures, patterns, and materials to establish a cohesive and harmonious feeling. The selection of furniture, artwork, and decorative elements further enhances the visual appeal and adds personality to the space.
By creating a visually pleasing environment, interior design contributes to the well-being and satisfaction of the occupants.
Lighting plays a vital role in interior design. It not only illuminates the space but also affects its ambiance and functionality.
In recent years, sustainability has become a significant focus in interior design. Designers are increasingly incorporating eco-friendly sustainable materials, such as thehardwoods used at Killymoon Bespoke Living.
Furthermore, interior design goes beyond aesthetics and functionality. It also considers the psychological and emotional well-being of the occupants. Designers employ principles of psychology to create spaces that promote relaxation and productivity.
The choice of colours, textures and patterns can influence mood and evoke specific feelings. For instance, warm colours like red and orange can stimulate energy and creativity, while cool tones like blue and green can induce calmness and tranquility.
In conclusion, interior design is a multifaceted discipline that combines creativity and technical knowledge.
It encompasses the art of transforming spaces into functional, visually appealing, and emotionally satisfying environments.
By carefully considering all these factors such as functionality, aesthetics, lighting, sustainability, and human psychology, our interior designers have the power to shape your daily experience within a space and enhance your quality of life, whether it’s a cozy home feel or loud, proud, bright and bold.
We hope that you have a better understanding of what interior design means and what it can bring to all of our lives.
So, why not get in touch to chat about our new interior design packages and let our design team take you through the process of not only designing and personalising your chosen piece of Killymoon Bespoke Living furniture, but the entire space in which it will sit, at our dedicated design station.
Lastly it is important to point out just one of the major benefits of choosing to work with us – the ability to cut out the middle man. Having each element put together as a package all under one roof saves time and cuts cost implications!
Please get in touch with all your questions. I hope you’ve again found this blog informative and enlightening – if there is a topic you’d like me to talk about in the future why not drop me a message and I’ll be glad to help!
Daren A Brassington-Brewer
Interior stylist, designer and social media manager at KBL