Many people use interior designer and interior decorator interchangeably, however the two professions are quite different. Interior design is the science of understanding behaviours, doing the research and planning to help people create functional spaces. Interior decorating is coordinating the furnishings of that space. Our professional team of interior designers understand how to enhance and maximize space planning; they work closely with both clients and residential designers to design all aspects of the interior space to be all they can be.
Our Interior Design Team (ID) at Su Casa are hands-on in the design process and also offer styling and furnishing selection. Clients often come to us with decision fatigue when they have tried to design their home on their own; we can attest to the amount of times they have had us take over this process (a little story on that coming in next month’s newsletter).
Our designers pay attention to all the details, especially the ones that you wouldn’t notice, unless they were done wrong. Being able to take a home design from start to finish, from selection of fixtures, materials, and furniture, to choosing the best design that maintains a client's budget, is what truly sets interior designers a part.
ID keeps things functional and practical, they are keenly aware of the spatiality of a room and make design decisions accordingly, so not only does your space look beautiful but it functions properly too.
To ensure a seamless and functional design from your exterior to interior, our talented creative ID team is available to schedule an appointment with.
There is something about looking ahead at the beginning of the year and the predictions and anticipations that await. One of those things that gets us fired up at Su Casa is looking at what’s happening in the design world, the predicted colours-of-the-year, and trending styles that are staking claim in our industry.
Here is what we rounded up as our favorite top 5 house design trends we are looking forward to seeing more of:
1. Kitchen Range Hood Features:
Design: Jeffery Dungan Architects
Kitchen hoods, although not new, have become the primary focal point in the kitchen again. They are showing up larger and more detailed and taking centerstage in kitchens.
Kitchen Design: SmithErickson Designs Inc. Bathroom Design: Thomas Melhom
The timelessness this look creates is what we want to design more of at Su Casa.
3. Butler Pantries
Design: Jean Stoffer Design
Not only are butler pantries being incorporated more, but they are also being designed with intentional interior design alongside it. No longer are the pantries a storage or “hiding” space, but rather a functional and beautiful space too.
4. Home Offices (Work From Home Spaces)
Design: Kate Marker Interiors
The WFH office has taken a priority in renovations and new builds. Designing a beautiful space that allows you to separate work from home is a must.
5. Pet Stations
Design: Stephanie Jean Design
Although, not “new” per se, we are seeing more and more spaces for beloved pets incorporated into custom homes.
NEW COLLECTION RELEASE- SU CASA POOL HOUSES
Our pool house designs are a great addition to any yard because of the design options we offer, making them ready for simple pool storage or a luxurious outdoor living space.
At Su Casa our purpose is to make a lasting and positive impact on people through building quality relationships, creating opportunities for others, and encouraging people to be better every day. We want the aroma of our office to be kindhearted and uplifting, and our hope is that it will impact not only our staff, but our clients will sense it when they walk in our doors. We don’t want to strive to just be a firm that knocks out projects, but we genuinely care about all the people involved. Our new client care department is helping us achieve these goals.
Kindness is contagious, sprinkle that stuff everywhere!