The Top 5 Interior Design questions to ask before Remodeling your Home.
The Top 5 Interior Design questions of 2022 – from real Clients.
The interior design process oftentimes brings up a lot of questions. Having worked with hundreds of clients doing design-build remodeling and construction throughout the Denver, CO. and Boulder, CO. areas, we’ve learned a lot about what homeowners should know about interior design and have complied a list of the most frequently asked questions of 2022! Below are the top 5 questions about interior design from real Factor Design Build clients who remodeled their spaces to create their dream homes.
Q: Are white kitchens out of style / will they go out of style soon?
A: White kitchens seem to be timeless. Clients have chosen and loved white kitchens since we started designing and building them. Integrating natural materials, like a wooden or different color island, is a good way to add some contrast and accentuate your white kitchen as well.
Q: How do I choose a style that is timeless?
A: Try to stay away from trends. It’s best to keep the overall design true to the character of the home and add your modern interpretations, or go with a simple aesthetic and integrate the trendier elements with things that are more easily updated like furnishings and art.
Q: Is using quartz for a countertop of less quality than using a natural stone?
A: Not necessarily! We use quartz for many projects as it is versatile as well as elegant and provides benefits such as durability, cost-effectiveness, as well as being easy to clean and maintain.
Q: What is the biggest trend you expect to see in 2023?
A: We have been seeing clients veer more towards personality-driven design vs. minimal Scandinavian design. The trend seems to be a departure from colorless, sparse interiors and more toward richer colors and textures like violet, taupe, and olive mixed in with velvets and walnut. Homeowners are wanting to see their own personalities manifest in the interior design of their homes.
Q: What is one trend you see making an exit in 2023?
A: As Covid begins to fade away, the makeshift work-from-home office is starting to fade away as well. People are again requesting formal dining rooms or other cozy ancillary rooms instead. Now that parties and get-togethers are back, clients do not want to have the office sprawl in view.
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