What Exactly Is Redesign?

Condo Living Room Before

Interior redesign is the creative placement of existing furniture and accessories to better enhance the appeal and flow of a room. In most cases people who are interested in redesign either like their existing furniture or they don’t want to spend money on new furniture. They may plan to stay in their home or they may be planning to sell. In either case a lot can be accomplished with what they already own.

This living room has older upholstered pieces with dated but neutral fabric. This shot was taken looking into the room from it’s main entrance. Although the large cabinet is the focal point, it seems like there is too much going on.

Condo Living Room After

The after shot is less busy, a little more balanced and much more attractive to look at. Your eye moves directly to the focal point which is balanced on either side with the other furniture. The room is warm and welcoming and has a much better flow. It took about three hours for this to be accomplished and nothing was purchased.

So what exactly is redesign? It’s furniture and accessory rearrangement sprinkled with a touch of magic.


4 thoughts on “What Exactly Is Redesign?

  1. Having the china cabinet tucked in the corner really changes the feel of the room. Plus the repositioning of the seating makes the room feel more inviting. In the first photo, I feel like I would be sitting in that one chair alone. Pulling in the couch and the chair makes it feel like you could sit around with friends having coffee. So crazy how a few movements can make such a difference.

  2. What a great eye you have and a wonderful talent. Your blog looks beautiful and is a lovely reflection of your work.

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