For those of you who follow me on Instagram you will probably know that a few days back I posted an image about my four ultimate black paints. For those of you who don't follow me, don't worry about missing it because I'm going to talk about it here. Black has always been my to go to colour. So much so that pretty much everything I own is black or as close to black as possible. That doesn't mean I don't enjoy colour, I just find myself gravitating towards the dark side. To be pedantic, black actually isn't a colour. It is the absence of all colour. The colour spectrum does not include black at any point because black is the absorption of all colours. Hence the reason why black is used to com
I find that when I'm to talking about Interior Design, i usually use what I like to refer to as 'designer jargon'. Which are essentially regular words which have taken on a different meaning in the world of design. These definitions are known to designers only, and it can confuse clients. Clients who don't have an understanding of these words struggle to understand the designer and the design. So therefore I have decided to put together a series of posts, that I'm calling 'Jargon Busters', to help people exactly what Interior Designers are talking about. First up we have the Principles of Design. The big players. These 6 principles is what makes professional Interior Designers standout among
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