Eye-Catching (Virtual) Interior Design Transformations
3D rendering by Anna Tatsioni
The evolution of interior design has come a long way and one of our favorite components to the design process is with the use of 3D mock-ups. Why do we love this? It allows the designer to show the client what their new space will look like, even before the physical transformation begins. Joyce Elizabeth, interior designer and co-founder of Decorilla, says, "New technologies in the field are making it increasingly easier to bring people together with top interior designers in an efficient and affordable way." Check out four of our favorite virtual transformations -- slide the arrows to see the before and after difference!
1. A Beach-y Living Room
Designer Eleni Psyllaki responded to the clients' wishes of a living room that was “traditional without being overly formal." Psyllaki combined the clean lines modern furniture with unrefined wood and metals, and a cool color palette to mimic the relaxing feel of the beach, while also creating a style “that doesn't feel out of place in winter."
2. Masculine in NYC
Starting with a blank canvas, the client looked forward to having a contemporary apartment with quality furniture and interesting art. Designers Ibrahim Husin & Christine Martin collaborated to select furniture and decor pieces that showcased clean lines, rich textures and patterns. The result? A penthouse dream!
3. A Fresh Take
A young family of four wanted a multifunctional and modern look for their 1940's living room. Contemporary accents and a fresh color palette immediately updated the space. Pam Aueamnuay's newly designed stone fireplace also offered a sleek focal point while honoring the client's wish to keep this architecturally appealing part of the room.
4. Tech Start-up Office Design
The start-up wanted an office space that was functional, sleek and inspired creativity -- they also requested a unique lighting solution. Making the most of the space, Aldrin Cruz created varied work areas that encourage collaboration and productivity. The featured bright drop ceiling also functioned as an affordable and stylish lighting solution.
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