This week I take you behind the scenes of our latest interior design project. A new home in Fuerteventura designed and decorated by Noogar.
Todas las imágenes por Noogar / All Images by Noogar
I have recently finished an interior design project and, with this blog post, I want to show you what really goes on behind the scenes of a home renovating process. It all began when I met with the clients for a coffee in Villaverde; they had just bought an apartment in Corralejo to make a home for their family and decided to contact me to help them with the renovation process, from designing the space to decorating it. They had a quite limited budget and the necessity of a functional yet stylish house. As it often happens, the couple had very different ideas in mind when talking about style and home décor. I soon understood that what they needed was a very personal style that would combine their ideas and make them both happy. I started from designing the kitchen, making sure it had everything they always wanted. I have opted for a custom made kitchen island that works as the point of connection between the kitchen itself and the dinning area. As I usually do, after visiting the location and taking measurements, I began to work on a 3D rendering to get an idea of what I could do with the space. I quickly realised that there was a great potential and that some areas could have been drastically enlarged. Working on a simple 3D rendering is a cost effective but still very useful tool to show my clients the different possibilities we have.
I always love new challenging projects but I also know that a complete home renovation can be difficult on my clients. Yes, renovations are messy, noisy and dusty but a professional can take care of everything so that the journey won't be as stressful for you and make sure that deadlines are met.
Moreover, it's essential to have someone that knows how to use your budget, assuring a good balance between quality and style.
When the reviewing of the 3D project has ended, we usually move onto selecting furniture, decorations and colour palettes. Everything has to fall into place, according to budget and the clients' taste.