Raul KR

I am a professional interior designer that loves to follow a set of informal “rules”, based on specific interior design principles and elements. By keeping them balanced is the key to creating an aesthetically pleasing interior. These interior design elements are

  1. Space: Make the best use of whats is available. Working within 3-D (length, width, and height) by filling (positive Space) or keeping empty (Negative Space)
  2. Lines: Horizontal, vertical and dynamic lines guide the eye and create aesthetics
  3. Light: Is of 3 types, task lighting (defined purpose), accent lighting (emphasizing objects) and mood lighting (adding ambiance).
  4. Colour creates mood, defines unity & alters the perception of how large or small space is.
  5. Other elements that I focus on are Texture, PatternFormsFunction

I have experience in the following

  1. Interior Redesign: Taking stock of a clients’ furnishings & decorative accessories, then rearranging or “repurposing” them in the same space
  2. Professional Organizer: Cut through the clutter in people’s homes and businesses to help them live simpler, more organized lives
  3. Decorate homes of varying architectural styles to give them a fresh, new look.
  4. Design custom interiors for homebuilder’s model homes.
  5. Work with builders’ clients who need assistance making color choices for their newly built home (and maybe also get their business when they need help decorating it).
  6. Provide commercial design services.
  7. Function as a product-driven designer by both marketing products and designing interiors (the most common way to start out).

Hourly fee: Usually the fee is calculated based on the area of the room being designed.