Understanding accent elements and their purpose in a carefully balanced Interior environment design and plan is quite important. Coordinated with a marketing plan, appropriate Interior design takes careful consideration to promote the company product or service in ways that reinforce the message but don’t inadvertently distract. Gimmicks, repetitive audio, annoying moving elements and other wrong choices can make an impression backfire!
The expression “Eye Candy” suggests something delightful, attractive, pleasing to see and enjoy. Your professional Interior Design Team is skilled (and enthusiastic) concerning ways to take an interior design vision and theme, develop it tastefully and appropriately and include elements that specifically attract attention and provide continuity.
When re-doing or refreshing your home or business Interior environment as a personal project, keep in mind the difference between conservatively and tastefully repeating an accent color, material or element and over-using to the point of distracting from your desired impression in your overall Interior environment.
Choosing a specific color or feature solely for the purpose of drawing the eye, connecting different aspects in a whole room or area, or punctuating for contrast doesn’t mean that it should be so “quantified” that it upstages and overwhelms.
Accessorizing is a skill! When in doubt, ask an expert for some guidance. (Most professionals are willing to point you in the right direction at little or no cost!) With eye candy – like real candy – a little goes a long way, and more often than not, less is more!
Robert Boccabella, B.F.A., Certified Interior Designer
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Collaboration & Writing: Ms. Zoe Tummillo