4.Finish at any cost

During his work in the field of interior design I've seen quite a lot of photos of interiors, but the vast majority of them belong to the European designers, while the websites of local designers, like mine, are filled with a project, ie 3d render. Why Are? Ate trace logic, the designer more than the customer is interested in a logical completion of the project and the embodiment of their dreams for the customer. If we do not consider the designer who drew the impossible project, it remains one customer. He is the link, which affects the degree of implementation of the project. But there is even more absurd situation. It turns out that the man who so tenderly and strongly suited to joint work with the designer to create 3d models and pays for it up to 10% of the budget for the entire repair process easy repair calms down and the remaining images. I've had moments in practice, when I immediately warned the customer that his dreams do not meet the budget and we changed the style, but it still does not lead to the photos.
Interestingly, this phenomenon is unique to our climate zone?

3.The concept is simple , and everything just brilliant.

The best solution is always closer than you think. Often they are too close. In order to see them have to step "aside".
I think many designers will agree with me. We spend a lot of time searching for ideas, sometimes it takes weeks and months. But painfully funny when this is it the solution! And we understand that it was closer and more logical than all those options that we moved during a long time.
The concept is simple, and everything just brilliant. Use it.

2.Learn to listen to yourself.

Once caught himself in to the phrase "Here I want to do ..." I suddenly realized the significance of this phrase. Colleagues will agree, you are incredibly often make new touches an object or a piece of paper with the words: "Here I want to make brighter" or "That's where I want to hang the three paintings."
Ie many designers and artists create new subconsciously learn to listen to yourself and trust your feelings, rather than tables of combinations of colors and the canons of style formation.
Learn to listen to yourself!

1.Restrictions helpful.

When designing the interior often we are faced with various constraints, some we dictate the room itself, and any customer or standardization system.
And what would be ridiculous as it may sound, this is a positive fact.
There is nothing that binds the imagination, as the idea of boundless opportunities and the absence of a framework for the imagination. You start in the truest sense, rushing from one thing to another and as a result it has been delayed for a very long time. If this situation is incredibly you have no limits, create them deliberately!