Ground Separations can be as key to your project as your walls! Used with imagination they can help you add much more realism to your Snapshots and HD Images. Without Ground Separations, you’re missing a great chance to improve your presentations from just structures and objects –
In a previous post I discussed moving a lot of stuff at one time and the easiest way to do that. Now that most of the moving is done. it’s time to invite the crew over for a big Thank You! party. It will also allow them to see how their hard work has paid off and that the home looks far more civilized.
There are many times in creating a HomeByMe project when you’ll end up with a lot of items sitting on top of other items. Interior design relies on these details to add variety and depth to a home design project.
Once the design is getting close to done, you may want to move the major pieces around to add some plants or adjust the way the traffic flows. In my bright, sunny dining room below, I have a table, chairs and place settings for six people. That took a lot of careful positioning to make it work. But now I’m toying with the idea of adding another floor plant in the corner between the sideboards.
Opening doors and windows in HomeByMe is easier than ever. An open window can help visually open up the interior design of a room and an open door lures the eye farther in to peek at what’s inside the room when sharing your results. Your snapshots and high quality images will look more realistic with a mix of open and shut doors and windows!