Over 30 Years of Experience in Entry Design

Our Texas interior design studio is built on more than 30 years of experience. Having traveled extensively throughout the world, we understand what it takes to find exactly the right interior design for each room of a home or business. The entryway is the first interior space a visitor sees. It’s one you will pass through every time you leave and enter the structure.

The design of your entryway provides the first impression of your property’s interior. If there are too many distracting patterns, people may feel apprehension about going inside. It’s often a different color and material than other interior walls and ceilings. The space should always be welcoming. For one property, this may mean adding artwork or a large mirror; for others, a console for storing keys and other personal items may be a stylish focus.

There are many possibilities for an entry. You can create ambient lighting or even add small plants. Experiment with door hardware with different colors, finishes, and textures. We know every interior design project is unique, so the types of materials and combinations can truly reflect your personal style and the personality brought out in the room. Our Houston interior decorators can help you achieve the desired results.

Our Houston interior decorators are among the best in the industry. They can re-envision your living room so it is warm, inviting, and functional. After all, it is the main gathering space of your home. It’s where guests will sit, watch TV, and have conversations. You can provide a greater overall impression of your home and enhance your own experience by organizing and brightening up the room. Add styles, colors, and artwork that match your taste, and your living/family space can be as unique as yourself.

Why Improve Interior Design

Interior design improvements have many purposes. Whether you have a cozy home or are considering luxurious interior design for your mansion or corporate office, improvements and renovations can:

  • Make the environment more relaxing and comfortable.
  • Organize a space so it accommodates people, storage, and creativity.
  • Add functionality to support more occupants, such as extra seating.
  • Contribute to health and safety, using (for example) fire-code-compliant materials, shower grab bars, and wider doors.
  • Relieve stress with a more open floor plan and organized furniture.

Comfort, organization, function, safety, and identity are a few main purposes of interior design. We know it can reduce stress and optimize the space, even down to the entryway. Any improvement in design, however, requires planning. Part of this planning process is to determine what impacts to the atmosphere you expect.


Interior Design and Atmosphere

The interior design of your home or business creates a vibe that can stress people or make them feel content. Disorganized furniture makes it hard to walk from one end of a room to another, and can add to the stress level. An overall lack of organization can have the same effect and reduce the function of a space.

Proper lighting creates a mood and accentuates the highlights of a room. Material texture and tone contribute to mood, as does color. Lighter colors tend to add depth to a room, while darker ones can invoke a sense of warmth. Neutral colors such as white, gray, brown, or black help contribute balance to the room’s décor.

If you’re looking for additional insights on business or home design, Houston interior decorators are available to discuss your entryway or another area. Contact us online or at 713-352-7896 for information or to schedule a free consultation.

Furniture that matches the size and shape of the room impact its atmosphere. If you have limited space, smaller sofas and tables will create a sense of volume. Even for larger rooms, choose furniture and materials that represent warmth and openness, while spacing sofas and chairs at comfortable distances maximizes walking space and spaciousness.

Color is another significant factor in the atmosphere you create. Bright colors such as red, orange, and yellow create warmth and add energy. Cooler colors like green and blue are soothing and calm. Shades of gray and white, or even brown, contribute to relaxing family gatherings. By mixing and matching colors, you can create highlights for different areas and features of the room and find complementing color schemes that make a living room unique and special.

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