If you’ve wondered what it is that designers do that makes such a difference in the way a space look I’ll let you in on the secret: It’s all in the details. Designers pay careful attention to detail. All the details in the space in every corner of the room. From the drapes, to the walls, to the ceiling, the lighting, the furnishings, the accessories, every nuance and detail. Everything that goes into the space is important to the designer. Extremely important. There’s not a pillow or an accessory that doesn’t matter. If it doesn’t work, well then, it doesn’t belong.
Take a look at some more of these amazing rooms I was fortunate enough to see at the Kaleidoscope of Homes in Southlake a couple of weeks ago. Make note of all the extreme detail in each space. It truly is the details that makes a difference.
Love these iron balusters.
Notice these incredible chairs! Fabulous!
Everything in its place…..a place for everything. The clean lines in the simple drapery panels compliment the clean lines in the chair. The carefully placed bench in front of the fireplace adds an interesting, cozy touch. The simple floral dresses up the table without competing with the amazing lighting above. And a simple, uncluttered mantel lends a subtle, understated quality to the space. Very classic and classy.
The two tone cabinets with their interesting design look amazing with this beautiful granite. The backsplash is elegant, yet simple and compliments the granite as well. The lighting over the island adds depth and flair. Details, details, details.!
Look at the detail work in this ceiling and this copper faux finish on the walls. Stunning!
Yes, the design is in the details. And the details are soooooooo important. One screw-ball accessory, the wrong color on the walls, an inferior window treatment on the windows in the space can throw a wrench in the entire room. So when trying to pull a room together with that “designer flair” pay careful attention to all the details in the space. Better to have nothing in a space than the wrong thing in a space.
So if your are currently working on a project be sure to take your time. Think the project through and remember it’s the details, details, details.