Interior Design Arts
Part art, part science, Interior Design goes far beyond decorating. We, the Interior Designers have a profound impact on people's lives by creating the surroundings, in which they live, work and play. Interior Design Arts strive to translate what people want into their own story as told throughout their entire home or business environment. Combining knowledge, analysis and research with aesthetic vision, creativity and discipline; we work closely with our clients to develop design solutions that are safe, functional, and attractive to meet the patron's needs using the space. We, at Interior Design Arts plan interior spaces of almost every type of space, including offices, restaurants, salons and private residences. The results of our work prove that a good design boosts business productivity, attract a more affluent clientele and increase a building's market value. Depending on the complexity of the project, Interior Design Arts might also submit drawings for approval by a construction inspector to ensure that the design meets building codes. If any project requires structural work, we work with an architect or engineer for that part of the project. Most designs also require the hiring of contractors to do technical work or artists to create finishes or custom furnishings. We offer to choose and write work contracts with contractors and independent artists as well. Interior Design Arts offers professional help during all of the stages of design and decorating process of interior spaces as well as changes to outside elevation: storefronts, restaurant fronts, private residences, etc.
Shared Styles & Designs
Overhauling an average hallway
Most traditional homes have hallways with the same layout like this one. In New Jersey I see them in nearly every house. My friend who actually is a New Jersey interior designer knows them too but she succeeds in making them likeable simply by marrying style with comfort and often without using high end elements but rather reclaimed "treasures" from the past just like in the one pictured here.
Modern Bathroom, Eclectic Decor
Interior design is not just an art of creating stylish, hot spaces that last for seasons until they blend completely within widely spread environments. Some truly passionate interior designers are capable of creating timeless pieces that defeat "seasonal" ideas and marketing stunts.
The Grown Ups Tree House
Every kid has fantasized about having a tree house. Some are lucky to have their fantasies built physically before their eyes but most of us actually only get them built in our imaginations. Then again we all grow up and sometimes forgo this dream. That’s why I found this space quite interesting. It reminds me of that tree house we’ve always wondered about. It’s whimsical, fun and crafty. You can see a lot of technique but it’s executed in the most playful, effortless sense.
Designing with drama and beauty of Baroque
This room is designed keeping in mind the Baroque period. Baroque is a period as well as a style that uses exaggerated motion and clear easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance and grandeur. This room is a depiction of such a theme in its original sense. It is tiled like a pavement, the ceiling is high and the color scheme adds even more light to the well-brightened room where large windows allow for maximum sunlight.
Basic Ground, One Open Space
Simple color tones, simple materials and a simple layout. It’s easy, functional and honest. That is why a minimalist concept is the go to for practical, modern homes. Spaces are often limited so every bit of it should serve a particular function when it comes to city living. The challenge is to create spaces that would include all your needs without sacrificing comfort and ambience. It has to be direct to the point and that often actually becomes a charm.
Organic interior, romantic and sentimental touch
It is a rare privilege to have a patio nowadays. Limited lot space is often the challenge when it comes to building homes. In this, we can see a very clever use of styling to get an outdoor vibe using an indoor space, such a practical solution for a trend of smaller homes.
Design a small, smart and clean expanse
Small, smart spaces are becoming a trend and this nontraditional layout is one great example. A modern apartment with some oriental influences, the unique set up takes advantage of borrowed spaces to create functional areas without neglecting good flow of movement.
Reflecting the homeowner's most personal character and style
The home reflects its homeowner most personal character, most intimate details and expression of their lifestyle. In the case of this space, a straightforward personality with no qualms to honesty is what we can see. The space is well thought of, designed to conform to its residents.
A memorable entry
The entrance to any place is very important. It leaves a lasting impression on a person. It shouldn’t be too busy, nor should it be too plain and simple that it looks dull. Appropriate lighting and decoration hold a lot of importance. The small yellow lamp on the creamy white of the wall welcomes the guest warmly.
Luxurious, Classic, Always Romantic
I am always won by luxurious French Interior design, always classic, always sophisticated and always romantic. It requires intricately designed furniture, elegant and stunning wall patterns and an over-all polished finish. This space features it all. Almost everything was drowned in clean white and you would have to rely on the finely executed details for that chic, aristocratic feel.
An elegant bathroom atmosphere guided by design
Don’t you just love the elegance of fine materials infused into this bathroom? From the wall mosaic to the bathroom accessories, they simply radiate class. The stunning lavatory resembles a console table that you usually place in your foyer. Its black lacquer finish and stainless steel legs create a high-end look that differentiates from the common bathroom sink. Adding to the luxury feel is the art nouveau-inspired chandelier that elegantly illuminates the whole area. It basically gives more luster to the already polished wall tiles.
Interiors defined by power of natural light
Natural light is the best source of lighting. Nothing can beat it. The use of glass makes the room look never-ending; thus the expansion of visual space. When the view is not obstructed, the feeling is that of being in open air with the fresh breeze blowing your hair back and forth. The view the glass provides is definitely picturesque. You don’t even need to go outside to enjoy your cup of coffee if it is really cold; all you have to do is sit beside the window and enjoy!
Interior Design to create a Textured Diversity
One of the greatest gifts of creative minds is making a collection of interesting pieces that wouldn’t ordinarily go together work in a single space. We see a lot of that in this semi-industrial-rustic loft. From rococo style furniture to contemporary lounges, it’s quite a nontraditional fusion but definitely commendable. A certain nonchalance and masculinity meets you through this grunge apartment, reminiscent of the 90’s style of mixing contemporary and vintage pieces in a sort of abandoned warehouse space.
The exposed, patchy brickwork on walls and columns along with the unfinished plasterwork convey a laid-back vibe. Understandably, the raw, distressed concrete flooring matches this achieving our rustic-industrial concept.
Re-invented interiors in black and white
An evergreen theme is the black and white theme. Be it the kitchen, living room or bedroom, it suits every mood and personality. White gives the feeling of space and round black cushions add variety and provide a sharp contrast against the white sofa, which is not, in the least bit distracting. The low wooden table does not block the view and makes the conversation area warm and friendly. A conversation area which is not blocked by large tables with huge flower vases on top is a comfortable area to sit and chat for sure.
Creating spaces with powerful focal points
Spaces are often defined by a single focal point. In most cases, this would be a set of furniture. In this concept, on the other hand, we set our focus on the staircase.
Staircases are sometimes taken for granted for its traditional function which is to bridge levels in structures. Though to most people it is an integral piece solely for that purpose, I do find them fascinating for a different cause which is aesthetics.
The main feature of a staircase would be the steps, a rather simple idea or structure. When viewed, however, would surprisingly reveal a very intriguing play in perspective. It is quite interesting how a set of stairs can direct a visual path without having to be too complex.