Personal Choice: Interior designing can be an extension of personal style and can really reflect your tastes and personality. Unlike an item that you may only wear for one or two seasons, the design of your home is more like a coat that you will wear for years to come.
Room Size: With space becoming a rarer and rarer commodity, clever interior design can help to make a smaller room look more open and spacious. Equally, a very large room can seem cold and daunting, but the right design can add warmth and comfort.
Floor plan: The only thing more important than the size and dimensions of a room is how it flows into the next one. If you walk around your home, you should be easily able to walk around the furniture and room to room without it feeling awkward.
Good Quality: From the larger features, such as walls and floors to the smaller details like handrails and accessories, the quality of both materials used and the craftsmanship not only ensure that the interior design of your home looks the best it can be, but stays looking good.
New features: An interior designer will work on the space and features that you already have and maximize their potential.
Overall theme: You may have several different ideas, but they need to work in harmony to fit in with the overall theme that you have planned. Keeping this in mind will not only give direction to the design of a room, but help it fit together aesthetically.