Interior design often means making a barely functional space both beautiful and user-friendly.
You may have a great eye for furniture, color, and fixtures, but you also need to be able to show travel patterns, easy motion for all the family members, and long term growth options for the space.
Carry a detailed color wheel so you can carefully review what your potential client loves in their current layout and find colors, patterns, and light sources that work well with their existing items.
Make sure that your color wheel offers a wide gradation of colors that move smoothly from blue to green or from red to yellow.
Once you have the ideal color selection to match a client’s existing furniture and paint choices, you’re ready to put your color chips to work.
In addition to a color wheel for the basic layout of color choices, consider also