I love the simplicity of these black doors. Black anchors a room - and when paired with the contrast of these white walls, it adds a bit of drama. Colour can come in the form of art, decor or upholstery. In this way you’ve created a neutral framework that can be changed easily. And these simple lines make it timeless.
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Detalhe das delicadas "unhas de gato" nas colunas das cabeceiras das camas. .
ESTILO PROVENÇAL FRANCÊS | História
A França do Palácio de Versalhes, tornou-se para o mundo a referência do que havia de mais sofisticado nos séculos XVI e XVII. O Rocaille, estilo preferido da realeza francesa, conhecido popularmente como estilo Luiz XV que teve seu auge na decoração dos palácios do reinado de Maria Antonieta e Luiz XV, é caracterizado por apresentar riqueza nos detalhes rebuscados com aplicação de folheados em ouro.
Os camponeses que viviam na Região da Provence no Sul da França, no final dos anos 1700, tentaram copiar a riqueza dos luxuosos móveis franceses e por não terem recursos financeiros, não conseguiram manter o luxo da decoração, criaram uma pintura que ao ser lixada, apresentava o fundo escuro nas arestas. Assim, surgiu o Estilo Provençal.
Com o tempo, o Estilo Provençal ganhou status e virou sinônimo de elegância e sofisticação. .
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Detail of the delicate "cat's nails" on the headboard columns.
FRENCH PROVENCE STYLE | History
The France from the Palace of Versailles became the world's reference for the most sophisticated in the 16th and 17th centuries. Rocaille, popularly known as the Luiz XV style, which had its heyday in the decoration of the palaces of the reign of Maria Antonieta and Luiz XV is characterized by richness in the elaborate details with the application of gold veneers.
The peasants who lived in the Provence tried to copy the richness of the luxurious French furniture and by not having the financial resources could not maintain the luxury of decoration, created a painting that when sanded, had the dark background on the edges. So, came the Provence Style.
Over time, the Provencal Style gained status and became synonymous with elegance and sophistication.
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5️⃣ Common Designer insecurities .
In the era of tech noise around us and overwhelming amount of information about “What is a success?” we all feel insecure sometimes. Here are just some basic insecurities you might have and my take on them. .
1️⃣ I am not good enough…
We all think like that because there is always someone better and there always will be. But have you asked yourself “Not good enough for what or who?”. Step aside and stop comparing yourself with other people! .
Improve yourself every day. EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
So you could become the best version of you. .
2️⃣ My portfolio is crap…
My portfolio was crap too. And right now I don’t even have a website yet. .
Should it bother me – yes because I need to find time to make it BUT does it stop me from getting clients - absolutely NOT!
You should showcase only the stuff that you are proud of. I mean design that solved a problem/satisfied client’s needs – design that worked.
By the way, there always will be someone, who will consider your work crap and hate it. That’s inevitable growth component, my friend.
3️⃣ I have too many revisions of my design
I offer all my clients unlimited revisions. I’m usually left with 2 or less. And I use a simple method for achieving this – Explanatory Document.
I always supply my clients with a document that refers to every single screen (or flow) and explains its functionality, why certain design decisions were made thus already answering a lot of questions client might come up with while reviewing my design. .
4️⃣ I can’t design without content
I had huge struggles with this as well, I was stressed but I’ve managed to find a solution.
Offer client some research phase to analyze their brand and business and come up with a content and structure yourself.
It might not be professionally written but you will give the client the idea and direction he or his content writer can further develop into a beautiful and client-converting copy.
5️⃣ I don’t know XYZ software amount
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