Design Is In The Details

One partner in a very famous design couple once said, "The details are not the details.  They make the design."  Although Charles Eames was referring to a new furniture system he and his wife, Ray, were designing in the 1950's, that concept is still relevant to all design today.  

Whenever any new interior design project is started, it can be overwhelming because of the sheer amount of detail and decisions involved in the process.  But the attention to details is the difference between a good design and a great design.

  

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At Liv Design, we just started working on a project in downtown Salt Lake City with Breen Homes that we're really excited about.  Some of the concept boards that you see demonstrate the beginning of the detail involved in the design process.  Often with large projects like this, the best way to approach it is to start with a broad concept.  The details then help refine and shape the design to make it unique and individual.

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Concept boards like these are useful tools for designers to look at the overall design as well as the components that make up the design.  Everything from finishes and colors are represented to more fine-tuned examples that capture the essence of this new brownstone.

Although this is just the beginning of the design process, these concept boards provide a great foundation for the design going forward.  We're really excited about this project and will be sharing more with you as the design progresses.

 

 

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