How are we set apart from the rest. Let me explain!
I like to say I have the gift of visualization. While many homeowners can’t picture something, I can see it all before it comes to life. And this is where I come in handy!
- I am able to imagine a home in my head before putting it on paper. It’s like having a dream board in my mind allowing myself to visualize the design of the home.
- Instead of using other home designs or tv shows as inspiration, I love to rely on elements like color pallets, wood tones and light fixtures to spark my creativity.
- Nature can inspire interior design by providing a rich source of colors, materials on, patterns, textures, and shapes. By incorporating these elements, designers can create spaces that evoke a sense of tranquility, harmony, and connection to the natural world.
- Colors: The colors found in nature can serve as inspiration for an interior color palette. Earthy tones like greens, browns, and blues can create a calming and soothing atmosphere, while vibrant colors like yellows and oranges can add energy and warmth.
- Materials: Natural materials such as wood, stone, and bamboo can be incorporated into interior design to bring an organic and rustic feel. These materials not only add visual interest but also create a connection to the natural world.
- Patterns and Textures: Nature is filled with intricate patterns and textures that can be replicated in interior design. Examples include floral patterns, leaf motifs, and animal prints. These elements can be incorporated through wallpaper, fabrics, and accessories to add visual interest and create a sense of harmony.
- Organic Shapes: Nature is filled with organic shapes that can be replicated in interior design. From curved furniture to flowing drapes, these shapes can create a sense of comfort and relaxation.
Sarah Grendahl is the lead designer for Grendahl Design Co. She loves inspiring people and believes in making life’s better!