I have found that people tend to have two different types of feelings in their home (hint, it has a lot to do with your personality). I refer to them as your “major” feeling and your “minor” feeling. Every feeling has specific design elements that will help convey its message.
Creating a feeling in your home is far more than just a checklist, but it does help to have a framework to reference. It is about finding a balance between your creative side and the specific framework that communicates your feelings. The purpose is to help you see how all of the different design elements fall into place. For example, when it comes time to purchase a pillow for your couch, you will know which patterns will best communicate your feelings.
I created these living room design boards below based off of a timeless feeling. Within the timeless feeling are two categories, simple and elegant. You will see a mix of both categories in this living room. My free “Timeless Feeling Design Plan (available to my email subscribers) is based off of the simple side of timeless. Once you receive it, look to see what design elements in the plan are put into practice here and how it is done. Pay attention to color palette, patterns, finishes, etc.
I started with the largest piece in the living room, the Arhaus sectional (#1 design board) and Arhaus couch (#2 design board) because it is a focal point and makes an impact in the room. I then moved onto the other large pieces and kept my timeless framework in mind throughout the design. I wanted to show you two examples, one using a standard size couch and the other showing a bit more seating by using a sectional.
This design plan is a small sample of what you could learn in my online course, “Creating a Timeless Feeling Home” that you can register for now on my website, here. This course will guide you through the framework that I use to create a timeless home with my own clients. You will finally be making decisions for your home with ease and a new found confidence.
A FEW COURSE DETAILS
The early registration price for this one week course (4+ hours of content) is $38.00. This course will begin on November 1, 2016 and you will have LIFETIME ACCESS to the videos.
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