If you are about to realise your dream house and you are looking for tailor-made solutions, you probably need a team of experts who are able to bring your home idea to life, realised according to your wishesyour values and your needs of taste and space. A space that is now ready to be filled with all your dreams.
But how can realise every idea? How to make your new home a real house? We are talking about a tailor-made projectmade for your family, taking into account not only the physical space but also the daily life needsextremely subjective and personal, but no less important for that.
To help you better understand the elements that could make a difference in your new home, we offer you 5 questions that will help you design your interior.
1) What feeling do I want to feel when I enter a room?
Each room has its own peculiarity and purpose, necessarily tending to evoke feelings and different emotionswelcome and warmth, rigour and order, clean and fragrant... Make sure each room has its own 'feel'.
2) Which colours, objects, shapes and materials do I like best?
Whether childhood memories or tastes that have matured over time, let yourself be carried away by the forms and the colours you love the most, from material sensations and the textures that most appeal to you. In this way, your interior designer can suggest the most suitable style.
3) How will I use the space?
We now turn to themore practical aspect. How do you plan to exploit every environment? It is good to outline the intended use of each room so that you can define in advance the style and furnishings that will allow you to make the best use of every area of the house. Our advice is to thinking first of basic needs and then move on to the ancillary ones or those that you were unable to fully satisfy in your previous home.
For example, you could allocate a niche in the living room to create a cosy corner dedicated to rest and reading or an open-plan space where the whole family can gather to talk, play or watch TV together.
As wonderful as it is to unleash the imagination, however, it is also important to be realists avoiding, for example, allocating a room for smart working if one prefers to work on the kitchen table, rather it would be better to adapt the kitchen for this purpose.
4) Which elements work for me and which do not?
In this case, it is important to start with the previous experiencewhat you did not like or was dysfunctional in your previous home and what instead needs to be a must also in your new home idea?
For example, you may have felt the lack of adequate storage space for your clothes, so it will be up to the designer to design a walk-in wardrobeOr you have allocated a room for training only to discover that it is more comfortable and effective to train in the gym.
5) Which environments have attracted me in the past and which have made me uncomfortable?
To answer this question, just think of the places you have visitedin which you felt immediately welcomed and at easehotels, holiday homes, other people's homes and even bars and restaurants. What struck you? Why did it have that effect on you? Conversely, which spaces made you feel uncomfortable and why?
Understanding how different design elements influence us can help us deepen what we want and what we do not want in our homes.
By answering these questions, you will certainly have a clearer idea of how you want your new home and your advisors will have a clearer idea of your priorities to realise your wishes.