Interior design is often understood as designing your home in a way that is both functional and attractive, but there is a bit more to it than simply choosing the best-looking furniture and fixtures for your home. It also involves paying close attention to the layout and architecture of your home.
Here are some ways the architectural plans can impact your interior design.
- Dimensions dictate furniture: One way that the architectural plans can impact your interior design is through the dimensions of each room. The dimensions will ultimately determine the type and amount of furniture or fixtures that can be put into a room. We will pay close attention to the size of a room to determine the best ways to optimize space and make the room feel larger.
- Functionality and spatiality: The architectural plans can also affect the way a space works. The placement of different electrical components, for example, will determine where we can place different fixtures and appliances while still keeping the space fully functional in conjunction with all the other architectural components.
- Identify specific needs: Architectural plans can also help identify specific additional needs of a space. If a room is built with fewer windows, then we will work harder to design it in a way that allows for sufficient lighting. We can also arrange the interior design for a smaller room in a way that can include hidden storage for optimized space.
The architectural plans of your home can impact a lot of our decisions for your interior design. That is why we consider them before beginning a project. You can give us a call if you would like to learn more.