Interior designer secrets: Decorating your dining room

There’s something to be said for hosting/attending a grand dinner party. Especially if the setting looks like it’s been styled by a professional Interior Designer/Decorator with a keen eye for detail. And what, exactly, does “detail” pertain to? It’s that design that just looks right – the right lighting, the right colours, the right table matched with the right chairs, etc. On that note, we decided to perk up our ears and hear what the experts in the design industry have to say about decorating dining rooms. Here’s what we found…

1. Your table width is crucial



a living room filled with furniture and a flat screen tv: 1. Your table width is crucial


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1. Your table width is crucial

We can’t help you fit ALL your guests at one table, but we can certainly inform you that 1100 mm is considered the ideal dining table width. That’s because it allows adequate room for your seated guests’ movement while still

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Global Interior Design Software Market Size 2020 to 2025 Report Includes Brief Analysis by Regions, Growth Key Factors, Demand, Business Share

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Nov 21, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

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These are the household trends that need to disappear by 2021, according to interior designers


By Claire Toureille and Raven Saunt For Mailonline

11:49 25 Nov 2020, updated 13:02 25 Nov 2020

  • Households across the UK spent time in lockdown sprucing up their interiors
  • Dark blue walls and tropical wallpapers are on the way out, expert told FEMAIL 
  • Chrome taps were once chic, but now seen as ‘standard’ choice and need to go  

Many households across the UK have put their time in lockdown to good use by sprucing up their interiors, but have your efforts made your house look ultra modern, or could your taste be a bit dated?

Interior designers and experts have told FEMAIL which trends are already wearing thin, including Insta-friendly staples such as tropical wallpaper and gemoetric shapes.  

Wayfair’s resident style advisor, Nadia McCowan Hill said that velvet sofas, which had become a staple in many living-rooms, are taking a step back while shoppers go for more textured materials, such

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Chefing Success Leads To Outstanding Interior Design Outcome For Ara Graduate

One of the few male graduands of Ara’s 2020 Diploma in
Interior Design (Residential) ended up the surprise big
winner of the ‘Vizualize’ awards night.

Daniel
Smith took home three of 13 awards, including The Harrison
Bloy Aware for Excellence in Bathroom Design, the Artisan
Stone Award for Innovation in Design and the Drawing Room
Award for Excellence in Artistic Skills.

Says Dan of
his multiple wins “It’s a bit of surprise. I’d like to
say thanks to the providers and industry people for coming
to the party and to the tutors for all their help and
learning this year.”

The awards evening itself
featured many heart-felt tributes to the students’ and the
tutors’ tenacity and willingness to overcome adversity
during what many speakers described as a “challenging
year”.

The exhibition itself, comprised of a large
coloured

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How this interior design firm secured 100 pc CAGR through the decade

Aashita Chadha and Abhishek Chadha’s experience of buying their first home turned out to be a nightmare. While following up on progress, they noted it was all empty promises in a highly unprofessional industry. 

Aashita says when important plumbing and civil work needed to be done, the workers would often be out of reach and not adhere to timelines.

“People often had to delay their housewarming parties and have their family members and relatives reschedule flight tickets. There have even been instances when designers have run away without completing projects,” says Arshita on her observations in the interior design industry.

The couple believe that designing a home is a very personal and big decision, and hence should not be complex and stressful in the process. 

Having taken matters into their own hands when it came to building their home, many of their family members and friends reached out for their

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Esrawe Studio and Formafatal named interior design studios of the year at Dezeen Awards 2020



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Esrawe Studio has been named studio of the year while Formafatal has won the title of emerging interior designer of the year at Dezeen Awards 2020.

Based in Mexico, Esrawe Studio was selected from a shortlist of five studios, which was determined by our jury of 25 leading figures from the world of interiors.

Czech studio Formafatal beat six other emerging studios to win the award.



a close up of a door: Top: Art Villa in Costa Rica by Formafatal. Photo by BoysPlayNice. Above: Esrawe Studio's interior for Grupo Acra was shortlisted in large workspace interior. Photo by Genevieve Lutkin


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Top: Art Villa in Costa Rica by Formafatal. Photo by BoysPlayNice. Above: Esrawe Studio’s interior for Grupo Acra was shortlisted in large workspace interior. Photo by Genevieve Lutkin

The winning studios were revealed at the Dezeen Awards 2020 interiors show, which was streamed on Dezeen on 24 November.

The architecture winners were announced on 23 November and the design winners will be revealed in tomorrow’s final Dezeen Awards Show from 4 pm to 5 pm GMT.

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Global Luxury Interior Design Market 2020 Industry Size, Segments, Share, Key Players and Growth Factor Analysis by 2026

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Nov 23, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The latest informative study entitled Global Luxury Interior Design Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 released for the database of MarketsandResearch.biz helps a reader to understand the market in depth. The report supplies a comprehensive analysis of business aspects like global Luxury Interior Design market size, recent technological advances, and inventions. The research report consists of: introduction of the market, key players, opportunities, restraints, product & type classification, and overall market analysis. This research study aims to help in making the right steps before starting up a company, business conclusions, and shape the future of the organizations. For supreme reader ease, this research presentation on the global market establishes the overall forecast timeline, allowing detailed market approximation about growth likelihood in the market.

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Studio Lea Celebrates Ten Years of Interior Design

DENVER, COLORADO – Studio Lea, a leading interior design firm in Denver, Colorado, is proud to celebrate ten years of timeless design. Specializing in residential and commercial interiors, the highly-awarded firm has earned a reputation for bold design schemes and a commitment to “creating meaningful spaces, enriching and simplifying our client’s lives.”

Originally founded by Interior Architect and Designer, Cory Lea Decker, the firm has experienced a significant level of growth over the past ten years. During this decade, Studio Lea has evolved from having an initial portfolio of small projects to being invited to stage world-famous residences.

For years, Studio Lea has been recognized as a leader in the Colorado design industry, including accolades such as “Colorado’s Top Ten Interior Designers” from Denver Life Magazine (2011), “Best of Houzz” awards for interior design and customer service (2014, 2016, 2017), “Home of the Year” from Colorado Homes (2016), and dozens

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Interior designer gets jail for embezzling S$134,000 in clients’ renovation payments

SINGAPORE: An interior designer and shareholder of an interior design firm pocketed S$134,000 in clients’ payments for renovation projects over a year.

For one count of criminal breach of trust, with another two similar charges taken into consideration, 40-year-old Eugene Chia Hsien Yau was sentenced on Tuesday (Nov 24) to 10 months’ jail.

The court heard that Chia was one of the shareholders of Interior Diary, a firm that was set up in 2016 with three other shareholders. 

Chia was also a director at a sister company called Liquid Construction, from where he pocketed another S$20,000. This formed one of the charges taken into consideration.

As a project manager at Interior Diary, Chia was responsible for sales and liaising with clients for renovation projects, including the collection of payments.

Sometime in early 2017, Chia began misappropriating payments collected for these projects. He would submit part of the amounts

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Designer Profile: Interior designer Marea Clark

Interior design and style courses through Marea Clark’s veins. The principal of Marea Clark Interiors comes from a family of residential designers and Clark worked for a variety of prestigious firms before launching her own business several years ago.

Her uncle is an architect and a professor at her alma mater, the University of Kentucky, and her aunt is an interior designer as well. Clark did an internship with her aunt in college before graduating and moving out west to work for designers like Madeline Stuart in Los Angeles and Suzanne Tucker in San Francisco.

Her portfolio includes interiors from Palo Alto to Southampton, and she’s a mother to two children. In this interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, Clark talks about her background, her design philosophy and what she does to unwind.

Q: What’s your design philosophy?


A: My design philosophy is about the process and collaboration and client.

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