Perfect is a word that is so out of this world. It is a happy ever after fairy tale. A little or much, even what is superlative is defective. Moreover, there is no cure for the failure that creates imperfection, but there is surely something we can do about it.

Tell us about your flaw and we will tell you that it is okay, but on the other hand, it’s also not okay. It is okay because you are not alone, yet it is not good for you if you do nothing and let the imperfection takes the wheel.

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What about Interior design? How many times does it fail you? What kind of flaw that irritates you?

After we asked around and experienced it by ourselves, here we mail to you failures that Interior design may do every now and then.

“As I step into this cafe, the noise hurts my ears.”

This tale was told mostly by the introverts, who couldn’t help but listen to the chatter while they really need to have a good quality time with their closest ones or just by their own. Have you ever felt the likewise? When you and your friends had to speak louder to share stories, and it was an automated turn-off button to your energy.

It actually can be helped with Interior design, and it surely can, but not with a pretty one without a brain. It can be helped with the right material of the furniture, wall, and flooring that is soundproof. As for flooring, ceramic is the worst idea, instead you can use a wood parquet or carpet. While the wall that can hush down the noise is the one that has rockwool and covered by gypsum or padded wall.

To conclude it, materials that aren’t solid can be the rescue, for hard materials like metal and cement can easily ricochet the noise. No matter how pretty someone is but if they are dumb, we can’t help to raise our eyebrows, and Interior design is the same.

“It’s not that instagrammable. Where is the photo spot?”

It was decades ago when people only came to an eating place for a good food. Now the new chapter is unveiled, and it’s not a secret anymore that an insta-worthy place is what they’re looking for. At least, there’s one instagrammable spot that also whispers out loud about the identity of your business. In short, you must be relevant and love changes.

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The folks have sounded what’s on their mind, and we definitely see that as failures too. We know it so well because in this half-decade journey, truth be told, we have also sailed and dodged some other failures, such as communication issue and imprecise measurement.

Before everything starts, we must have the client tell us their budget. According to those numbers, we do the design and the material selection. But, there’s a time when the budget of our client is bigger than what they have previously stated. It happened in the middle of the project and because of that we have to redo a few things, which eventually delayed the whole project. As you know, IOOR Studio values our time highly as much as we appreciate yours.

The failure of Interior design can irritate your eyes too, hence colour and lighting are important matters here. Vibrant colours indeed kindle up one place, but having them painted all over the room isn’t a good idea. You need to find another hue that complements and makes it more pleasing to the eyes.

On the other side, you have to take lighting seriously. Not every Interior design consultant understand how it really matters, i.e. CRI 90, it’s a catastrophe if you use that lighting for a coffee shop or restaurant. It’s a shame if the lighting ruins the Interior and materials that were well and thoughtfully designed and selected.

Nothing is perfect for sure and there is no ultimate cure for a failure, but again you can do something about it. You can hire IOOR Studio who is able to help you avoid the mistakes. Because we understand and master the art of it. We know that a good Interior design is the one that pleases every sense of a man—sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch.

Letter to you later,

IOOR Studio

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