Although 3D Printing has existed for over three decades, the endless potential of this printing technology is still being realized in the home décor and design world. As professional interior designers in Boston, MA, at Mark Luther Design, we try to take advantage of this technology whenever possible as it’s relatively inexpensive and gives our designers the ability to create highly customizable products on demand while leaving plenty of room for experimentation and creativity along the way.
Home staging is the act of preparing a property, be it an already furnished or empty home for the real estate market. Furniture, accessories, carpet, lighting are all brought in or rearranged to create a ‘model home’ appearance.
With growing competition, first impressions have become increasingly important when it comes to selling a home. Before putting a house on the market, there is a need to fix it up, stage it, declutter, pack, and perform any maintenance that’s required. While doing it yourself, could be cheaper, getting professional help ensures problems an untrained eye may miss are addressed.
Interior designers are trained to work with your vision and expand it. They are able to understand who you are as an individual and transform your space into an area that is not only beautiful but a reflection of your unique personality and style. They create a space that works for you with their original designs that mirror the way you live your life.
Mark Luther Design wishes you and your family a joyous Holiday Season and New Year full of happiness and prosperity!
While there are dozens of television shows out there showing how you can easily carry out a home project, most projects that can be done by a homeowner require a bit of knowledge as well as the necessary time and effort.
Too many people watch DIY TV shows and feel that they have the know-how to design the interior of their homes. Many clients see and purchase furniture and once it gets delivered they discover it is too big and consumes the room. For instance, the bedroom set is a classic example. The set is purchased and the headboard ends up in front of the window because it wasn't thought-out and looked great in the furniture store. Furniture scale and color are the keys to successful interior design!