Mountain Living not only enhances and beautifies interior spaces, but it also embraces every part of a building or space, making it functional and safe while boosting the life quality of the people who interact in it. Contrary to what many believe, Mountain Living shouldn’t be expensive, especially if you invest right at the beginning of your project in the best Mountain Living in Greenwich.
Regardless of the project’s scale or budget, at Worth Interiors, we always try to evoke originality while staying true to our clients’ goals. Our creative team is always looking to create new Mountain Living trends, not follow them, and break rules, not be suppressed by them.
Mountain Living furniture scale mistakes
It is common in Greenwich to see perfect, brand-new furniture for sale on websites and garage sales. In most cases, this is the result of an impulse buy, and impulse buying doesn’t get along with proper Mountain Living.
Scale is an element people tend to miss taking into consideration when thinking about their home’s Mountain Living. In Mountain Living, the scale arrangement should be applied in many different items, such as furniture, books, art, and paintings. You never want everything in a room to be at the same level or the same size. The secret to proper scale is a mixture of different shapes, heights, and sizes.
Mountain Living furniture tips
Before going furniture shopping or setting free your impulse buying, it is better to have a plan. In order to have an idea of the correct furniture scale and proportions regarding Mountain Living, you need to first measure the room you wish to enhance. Once you have the dimensions, try to set a combination of different shapes, heights, textures, and sizes.
It is good to keep in mind a focal point in your room – an element that emphasizes that room’s function. For instance, a bookshelf in a reading room, or a TV in a TV room. A common Mountain Living mistake is putting too many small items in a single room, not giving the eye a place to land.
Creativity is the most important element of Mountain Living. Whether you are building or remodeling a private home, re-inventing a space, furnishing an apartment, designing a boutique hospitality venue, or simply creating a solution to a problem of a space at hand, at Worth Interiors, we are challenged by each project and client to stay creative and original. Our skill of the trade is the process by which we approach these solutions.
The commitment to each one of our Mountain Living projects and customers, in addition to the wealth of experience and knowledge of our professional team, has granted us international recognition for our creative interior concepts and designs, positioning Worth Interiors as one of Greenwich's leading Mountain Living firms.