An interior hair dresser cultivates or maintains any particular style and in most all cases stylist are finders, keepers and collectors of beautiful objects.
The internal stylist can help you finding your own style, creating beautiful interiors that are unique and significant. This can be achieved with the simplest things and does not have to be expensive. The only thing you need to do is keep your eyes open to beautiful things in nature, architecture, design, museums, fine art, exhibitions, books, textiles and travel. There is only one rule: Only collect or buy things that mean something to you!
The colour consultation focuses on creating a colour scheme for a specific room or space or the whole house according to your agglomération. A qualified colour consultant can help you with inside and exterior colour schemes.
Just before Stylerider designing a coloring scheme for you the colour consultant must always speak to you about the mood and atmosphere you would like to achieve in your space. He will make clear to you the distinctions between the paint companies and their products and choose the right product for your needs. After creating the color scheme you will receive a written advice including a specification sheet and brushouts ready for your painter to start.
Color is the most powerful tool when it comes to non-verbal communication and the design aspect that makes a space come alive. Colour brings individuality in a area and it is one of the most useful tools to perfect when finding your own style.
Whenever choosing a colour for a room or house it is important to think about the mood and atmosphere you would like to achieve. Is it a darkish room or flooded with natural light? In which direction is the room facing? How are the ratios? Do you reside in a small apartment or a modern day newly built house with open plan living areas? All this needs to be considered when choosing colours for a place.
If you are overwhelmed by the choice of colours available – indeed, there are thousands on the market – how can you start finding your personal colour structure?
For many people it is a longer journey, for others it comes more naturally. The most important thing is to take some time, open your eyes, walk around your home and absorb the colour combinations the thing is. After that start gathering all the pieces you love. This can be anything from old porcelain, travel souvenirs, photographs, art work, clothes, tear sheets from magazines, fabric swatches, fixed, a collection of rocks, feathers or glass objects.
And don’t forget characteristics as inspiration for a colour scheme (interior or exterior). If you live near to the ocean, shades of blues and greens can be used to link your interior with its surroundings. Flowers, butterflies, stones, shells, driftwood are fantastic inspirations for colour schemes.
When you have gathered all of your beloved treasures in one spot, play around with the pieces, group them by colours and you may see a colour palette come out. This “moodboard” is a great kick off point for your interior designer, interior stylist or colour consultant to help you creating an individual and personal area, a home that demonstrates you and a place that you adore coming home to.