Interior Design Arts
Part art, part science, Interior Design goes far beyond decorating. We, the Interior Designers have a profound impact on people's lives by creating the surroundings, in which they live, work and play. Interior Design Arts strive to translate what people want into their own story as told throughout their entire home or business environment. Combining knowledge, analysis and research with aesthetic vision, creativity and discipline; we work closely with our clients to develop design solutions that are safe, functional, and attractive to meet the patron's needs using the space. We, at Interior Design Arts plan interior spaces of almost every type of space, including offices, restaurants, salons and private residences. The results of our work prove that a good design boosts business productivity, attract a more affluent clientele and increase a building's market value. 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, we work with an architect or engineer for that part of the project. Most designs also require the hiring of contractors to do technical work or artists to create finishes or custom furnishings. We offer to choose and write work contracts with contractors and independent artists as well. 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, private residences, etc.
Shared Styles & Designs
Old is Gold - way to decorated
Oh, the chipped off paint on the walls, the cracks, the cement clearly visible, the outline of the water which has seeped in from the roof after the monsoon! Disaster has struck! How can one hide such a wall? The question lingers…
Lo and behold! It isn’t what you think it is. This is just wallpaper made to look like all the faults a wall can have! Old is definitely gold, you see. The style of this room is “old is gold” which is obvious from the way the room is decorated. The wall gives a textured look with the help of the wallpaper which has a plastic backing so that it doesn’t peel off, even if there is water seepage from the ceiling or the bathroom made on the other side of the wall. This actually is what we call art! The wall draws attention to itself, thus hiding any architectural flaws which are definitely there in every building in the world!
Beauty and the Beam
I am posting this image to point out yet one more time the contribution of no-nonsense ceiling to the overall appearance of interior space. Tin ceiling, decorative painted ceiling, bean ceiling, .... anything but flat white sheetrock does for the space as much as the eyebrows for the face.
This located in Londrina, Brazil home is a great example of minimalist architecture, achieved while respecting the exigency of modern design. The compact exterior resembles a "contemporary fortress", charming due to its simplicity. There are only simple, natural materials used for this project; plaster, bricks, cement, wood.
Modern with a rustic touch
White paint is extremely versatile, and is a perfect wall color for a large living space with a dark or vibrant color wood floor. To create more drama it's worth to use the same type of wood on some of the walls. Great idea, keep in mind while creating modern open spaces.
Coastal Cave House by Alexandre de Betak
French Designer, Located in a small village in the Tramuntana territory from Majorca, with a great view of the Mediterranean Sea, is home of French fashion and furniture designers Alexandre de Betak. Inspired by cave dwelling, by taking the interior in the original form, even a shelf apparently pushed out from natural stone to cradle of the family possessions. Rural wooden beams, doors and furniture warm the stone surroundings of this eco-friendly construction, and ceilings are cut away in seemingly random patterns of abat-jours in the hallway.