How to be Creative with Your Interior Images

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Sometimes it’s nice to take a step away from the precision and accuracy of photo-real and experiment with different (creative) effects.

The One and Only SketchUp

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I’ve never professed to being a SketchUp ‘expert’.  I’m far from it (but my mate, Dave is.  He’s freakin awesome.   Hi Dave!  Check out some of his awesomeness here).  But I’m definitely… Continue reading

That Time I Exploded an Anglepoise

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When you’re as passionate and obsessed about your ‘craft’ as much as I am, you find yourself going to extreme lengths to try and encourage others to view it in a similar light. Now, that doesn’t mean I walk the streets clutching my laptop, flashing…images of my work to innocent passersby.

Saturday Giveaway – SketchUp Models

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I’ve had a little rummage in my ever expanding (and slightly out of control) SketchUp folder on my trusty laptop and have a few little gems for anyone out there who may be interested.

Urban Design Is King

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I’m a fan of urban, contemporary design that includes industrial inspired elements, with a little bit of vintage thrown in for good measure.   If you’ve been unfortunate enough to read a number… Continue reading

They’re Brill And They Know It

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I delve into the world of Brill, a talented team of Interior Designers based in Belfast.

Here Come The Girls!

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If you type the word ‘STEM’ and ‘female’ into Google search, chances are you’ll see an extensive list of articles concerning the lack of female representation in STEM orientated careers. This isn’t a new dilemma, it’s historical. It’s global. And it’s not going away.

My First Guest Post – Autumn Styling

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I recently collaborated with fellow blogger, Emily May, where we worked together to create a fabulous Autumn inspired interior.

Cosying up for Autumn

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I’m not one of those people who redecorates according to the season. However, in the midst of Autumn, when the days get shorter and the air a little more crisp; Autumn Home Interiorsit’s always nice to maximise the ‘cosy’ factor by incorporating a few well chosen accessories.

Colour Theory

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As part of my Interior Design Diploma studies, I was required to examine and write a report on my understanding of colour theory. I’ve uploaded this report for my followers/readers as a useful point of reference.

Homebase Challenge

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I recently dived into the Homebase website and had to physically lift my chin from my biscuit coloured carpet when I saw the sparkly, edgy and downright fabulous interiors ‘stuff’ that graced my laptop screen.

5 Top Tips to Creating Digital Concept Boards

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We all know how much I adore 3D Visualisation and its sheer awesomeness (and accuracy) at conveying a design concept. But sometimes you just can’t beat a good ‘ol fashioned concept board.

The Psychology of Colour

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I was approached by an Interior Designer a few months ago to create two different sets of 3D visuals for the same space. You see, two different design schemes were being proposed and the Designer was curious to see how each individual design concept would look in a photo-real 3D visual.

Virtual Bathroom Design

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Creating your dream bathroom has been made a trillion times easier thanks to Virtual Bathroom Designer.

Welcome to my Dream Office

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If you, like me, work in an office, chances are you spend at least 8 hours a day in the blasted thing. If you’re unlucky, that means you spend A LOT of time sitting looking at scuffed walls that are in desperate need of a repaint.

Fifty Shades of Grey – Saucy 3D Visuals

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What happens when you have a 3D Visualiser, who has a little bit of free time and is also a massive fan of the Fifty Shades of Grey novel?

My Biggest 3D Modelling Challenge To Date

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I recently dipped my toes into foreign territory where my 3D Visualisation services are concerned and had the pleasure of collaborating with the Creative Director of The Events Mill to produce 3D visuals for an impending event in London.