Interior Design Arts
Interior Designer

Interior Design Arts strives to translate what people want into their own story as told throughout their entire home environment.

Combining knowledge with aesthetic vision, creativity and discipline; Interior Design Arts works closely with their clients to develop design solutions that are safe, functional, attractive and meet the needs of the client, using the space.

Interior Design Arts' design process follows a systematic and coordinated method, including analysis, research, and integration of knowledge into the creative process, whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to produce an interior space that fulfills their desires and demands.

IDA draws upon many disciplines to enhance the function, safety, and aesthetics of interior spaces. The main concerns are with how different colors, lighting, space, textures, and furniture work together to meet the needs of a home or business owner. Interior Design Arts plan interior spaces of almost every type of space, including offices, restaurants, hotels and private residences. Good design can boost office productivity, attract a more affluent clientele, provide a more relaxing stay, or increase a building's market value.

Almost all interior designers follow the same process. The first step, known as programming, is determining the client's needs and wishes. Interior Design Arts meet face-to-face with the client to find out how the space will be used, to get an idea of the client's preferences and budget and a feel for the style. When the design concept is finalized, Interior Design Arts will begin specifying the materials, finishes, and furnishings required. Depending on the complexity of the project, Interior Design Arts might also submit drawings for approval by a construction inspector to ensure that the design meets building codes. If any project requires structural work, the designer works with an architect or engineer for that part of the project. Most designs also require the hiring of contractors to do technical work, such as plumbing and electrical wiring. Interior Design Arts chooses and writes work contracts with those contractors.

In today's world three areas of design are becoming increasingly popular: ergonomic design, elder design, and environmental or green design. Green design involves selecting furniture and carpets that are free of chemicals and hypoallergenic and selecting construction materials that are energy-efficient or are made from renewable resources. Elder design involves planning interior space to aid in the movement of people who are elderly and/or disabled. Ergonomic design involves designing work spaces and furniture that emphasize good posture and minimize muscle strain on the body. Interior Design Arts can assist clients to create the perfect space within today's fastest growing interior design areas.

It became common lately to use the terms of interior decorating and interior design interchangeably; however there is a significant difference between the two. Both interior decorators and designers create beautiful and functional spaces; however, interior designers are professionals who coordinate projects that may involve architecture and construction. Interior decorators make aesthetic improvements, but they don’t make structural changes to interior spaces. Interior designers can carry the art of interior design from space planning and structural changes to the end of the decorating process. Interior Design Arts offers professional help during all of the stages of design and decorating process of interior spaces as well as changes to outside elevation (storefronts, restaurant fronts, etc).

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