Inspiration board for a new beach house project.
We are always on the search for small and interesting end tables for our projects. Fortunately there was no shortage of these tables at this past High Point market! These lightweight tables allow our clients to customize their spaces and move things around as they see fit. And customization is always a good thing.
In this month’s newsletter, we’re discussing the third installment of our six design principles: Spatial Planning.
A client recently asked us to re-design their large sized family room. Seating in the current layout consisted of only a sectional and a recliner.
In our questionnaire we uncovered the fact that the wife usually found herself reading or relaxing in the adjoining room…while her husband and three kids would congregate in the family room in front of the TV. Although their family room is fairly large, there really wasn’t a place for her. We decided to change that by creating a “territory” that would become her own personal space where she could still connect with her family.
Research proves that “all humans are territorial as well as social and having a territory at home is important for our mental well-being”(Smith, 1994).
Here are two examples of nooks that we’ve created in the past:
Our interiors are designed to be highly personal. We ensure that you’re surrounded with design that’s meaningful and represents you authentically—so that you’ll thrive. Give us a call or email us. We’d love to get to know you and help you create an uplifting environment.
Fiori Interior Design (FID) is a boutique design firm that creates beautiful wellness environments. Our mission is to transform our clients’ homes into uplifting places – where everyone, regardless of their age— functions at their highest level.