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Monday, February 28, 2011

Visualizing Your Interior Design Project

Master Bedroom Rendering Showcasing Thom Filicia's Fabric Collection for Kravet
It is exciting to share with you our newly, expanded rendering software. It is
an amazing tool we are providing to assist you in visualizing your new space. 

We have used Thom Filicia's fabrics throughout this bedroom,
the collection is a fresh take on time honored fabric patterns
and a great collection to showcase the softwares capabilities. 

Below is a closer look at the fabric patterns:

Ikat - "ee-kaht" is one of the most popular trends in interior design today.  It is likely one of the oldest forms of textile decoration.  This pattern is being seen in interiors of all styles: modern, traditional and transitional.  The Ikat fabric we used from Thom Filicia's collection is a linen,  dyed in the citron and grey coloration.  In the rendering we selected this fabric for our window treatment panels.  It works great!

Techstripe - this is a vinyl fabric that we used to cover our cornice boards.  It was the perfect textural compliment to the Ikat panels.   

Animal print, always timeless and this fabric is a very up to date take on it.  It is shown in Citron,  a refreshing color that we are seeing available in more and more fabrics and accessories.  We chose to use this fabric for our duvet cover. 

Introducing a geometric works well in our pattern palette.  The fabric is seen on both the chair and the accent pillow on the bed.  (all of the fabrics shown above trade only)

We have made an investment in our  design team to have the highest level of certification in this software which means we can include not only all the fabrics in your rendering but also import the furniture and accessory selections too.  When we work with you we will provide renderings such as this as part of our design service!  It is an incredible value-add tool.  Are you ready to get started on your next design project?  Call us. . .we will take you from rendering to reality!

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