Like any practice or procedure in life, there is a good and bad way of doing it. In this article we seek to point out some of the things that should be given a miss to make your interior design project more successful.
This article is going to look at some great design ideas. We will split this into two parts. Firstly we will take a look at some of the things people on an ‘ordinary’ budget can do to bring modern into their home. Secondly if you have or are not afraid to splash the cash, we will look at some lavish ideas that can really blow the imagination.
Restaurants are a meeting point – a place where people come together to relax, socialise, do business, and of course eat. Therefore the surroundings to the restaurant are very important because it can set the atmosphere. Restaurant designs are aplenty and it is largely dependent on what you are trying to promote. In this article we will give some basic ideas on restaurant design so comparing and contrasting becomes easier.
Owning a pub can be hard work, and this extends well beyond the day to day running and management of the establishment. Pubs especially become tired and dirty looking very quickly. You may be thinking about a freshening up or a complete overhaul of the premises. Here we provide you with some options on what looks good. Bear in mind that when we think of a pub, we tend to get an image of the Rovers Return like in Coronation Street. All pubs (and arguably a lot) are not like this and it is important to be aware of that, since this feeds into people’s perceptions and ideas about style and interior design ideas.
Everyone loves the idea of keeping up with the latest trends and looking the part. Not only does this include fashion and clothes but it is also applicable to our home space too. There are many ways to make a home look more modern, and we could be writing an article to the end of time on this! Some of our selection on the best ideas are shown below.
Listed buildings are named as such for a reason. It is a criminal offence to alter any part of the constitution of the building without permission. This also applies to minor changes and interior changes (although these are unlikely to be rejected if done with good intent.) From an interior design point of view ‘kitting out’ a listed building offers the chance to produce something spectacular and grand whilst providing a unique and different opportunity. This article will focus on the fabric of the building – i.e. things you do not need planning permission for. *If in doubt with any planning issue on listing buildings, then seek professional advice and opinion.*