Embarking on the journey of home design is like navigating a labyrinth of choices, styles, and functionality. As someone deeply passionate about creating a space that reflects my personality and meets my needs, I’ve encountered various challenges in the world of home design. In this article, I’ll delve into these challenges and share my vision for a more accessible approach to design services, one that empowers individuals to shape their living spaces with ease.
An abundance of design options available can be both a blessing and a curse. From paint colors to furniture styles, the sheer volume of choices can leave even the most decisive person feeling overwhelmed. My vision for accessible design services involves giving the customer the knowledge and tools to be able to follow a structured pathway to creating spaces they can be proud of but in an affordable way.
As someone who appreciates the beauty of budget-friendly design, I’ve faced the challenge of finding affordable yet stylish solutions whilst trying to create a functional space. In my vision for accessible design services, I wanted to create something that made it possible for the masses instead of only being available in one capacity to the comfortable.
I did some market research and concluded that we often see solo DIY’ers going wrong with either something related to the functionality of a space or something like space planning, which can have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of a space. What I noticed is they very much focused on the aesthetics due to being bombarded with social media and influencers and not on things that would effect day-to-day living and the more practical elements. This needs to change to meet the demands of the average family home has on it. It needs to be the glue that holds a family together, a safe space, a cocoon, a haven. In order to do this pre-planning is key and accessing how we live first and foremost.
I started to analyse why this was happening and it was down to a number of factors such as simply not thinking of it, lack of planning, or lack of organisation. This is exactly what I have focused on when creating the framework, I am soon to Launch. Organisation is key when it comes to design, especially on a larger scale such as renovations, time is money and it’s very easy for a small mistake to be a costly one and have a knock-on effect on the rest of the project.
Access to professional design expertise can be a barrier for many individuals aspiring to enhance their living spaces. My vision for accessible design services includes democratizing design knowledge, and providing valuable insights and tips to empower individuals to become their own designers. Imagine a platform that educates users on design principles, enabling them to make informed decisions and take an active role in the creative process.
In the ever-evolving landscape of home design, my vision for accessible design services revolves around simplifying choices, embracing budget constraints, enhancing communication, democratizing design expertise, and promoting inclusivity. By addressing these challenges head-on, we can transform the home design experience into a personalized, less stressful journey for everyone. Together, let’s create spaces that truly reflect our individuality and enrich our daily lives both aesthetically and practically.
I Look forward to sharing more with you soon.
Framework launch coming soon!!