What to expect from our design process!

 

Questionnaire Kylie T Interiors Our Design Process

QUESTIONNAIRE

To start our design process, we send you a client questionnaire to gather information about your project requirements, your design goals and personal style preferences.

 

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DESIGN PREP

Then, we have you send in inspiration images and take measurements and photographs of your space for us to utilize during the design.

 

CHAT

Next we schedule a face to face or virtual meeting to discuss your ideas.

 

Kylie T interiors our design processDESIGN

After that, based on the Interior decorating package you have chosen, we create design plans and review these together until your design is complete.

 

IMPLEMENT

Lastly, we order your design items (optional) so you can use our design ideas, tools, and tips as a do-it-yourself guide to implementing the design yourself!

 

Big Reveal – 2018 Color Trend Predictions

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Big reveal – 2018 color trend predictions

Always keeping up with the latest trends, I decided to do a little research on what the next color forecasts were for the interior design industry. I’m excited to say that although we’re not quite ½ way through 2017, the experts of color at the Pantone Color Institute have already revealed their color trend predictions for 2018, and from my experience, they’re usually pretty well right on the money!

Executive Director Leatrice Eiseman shared the predictions at the International Home & Housewares Show in Chicago recently, making note that these came from months of studying culture and consumer goods around the world.

According to Pantone, one of the new trends of 2018 is about embracing shiny, iridescent, pearlized, and translucent. We know metallics are classic but they are about to really move over into neutrals and I am super excited. All this loveliness will be something the eye can absolutely not avoid. Come on in glam, we welcome you with open arms.

Where else does Pantone believe we are headed? The thoughts are that we’ll be moving away from pastel shades like the pale pinks and blues of recent years for some much bolder and brighter shades. Backing this up Eiseman stated that “Intense colors seem to be a natural application of our intense lifestyles and thought processes these days,” … that’s a comment we can all relate to.  Welcome brights, bring your energy…

These two trends are reflected in the eight 2018 Pantoneview Home + Interiors palettes described below. Although there is no official color of the year as yet these palettes are a great taste of the sorts of tones you can expect to see… p.s. pink still isn’t going anywhere.

VERDURE

Vegetal colors like Celery and Foliage combine with berry-infused purples and an eggshell blue (loving the chairs)

Photographed by Kate Martin

 

 

RESOURCEFUL

Complementary colors on the color wheel – oranges and blues – blend in a palette that is clever and “resourceful” in re-using and refurbishing what consumers may already own.

Photographed by Hugh Stewart

PLAYFUL

Speaking to our need for whimsy, the Playful palette is out-of-the-ordinary and quirky. The colors are “bright-hearted more than light-hearted” Yellow, Lime, Green and turquoise.

Photographed by Kasia Gatkowska

DISCRETION

Low-key and subtle, Discretion is the opposite of Playful. Nostalgic hues like pink have developed more power than ever before (pink lovers woo hoo)

Image from Vogue Living

FAR-FETCHED

This palette reaches out and embraces many different cultures. It refreshingly mixes earthy, rosy and deep tones together.

Photographed by Kasia Gatkowska

INTRICACY

This palette reflects the popularity of intricate designs. It features the “new neutrals” – aka metallics – with pops of color mixed in for added add glamor

Photographed by Rei Moon

INTENSITY

Providing an eclectic mix of colors in shades of plum, blue, and blue-green contrasting with oranges deep reds and olds.

Photographed by Hugh Stewart

TECH-NIQUE

Featuring colors that “seem to shine from within” like iridescent vibrant blues, fuchsia and purple, plus turquoise and hot pink.

Photographed by Kate Martin

 

References

http://www.vogue.com.au/vogue+living/interiors/galleries/pantone+colour+forecaste+for+2018+interiors,41815

http://www.elledecor.com/design-decorate/color/a9178549/pantone-colors-2018/

https://www.pantone.com/pantoneview-home-interiors-2018