Why use the Image Rendering Technology?Every interior designer has a story about a client who chose a furniture plan, paint chips and fabric swatches and then is shocked by the finished product.
Sometimes it’s that, on second thought, the curtains are too elaborate, or perhaps not elaborate enough. Or that a bespoke storage unit fails to produce the anticipated frissons and thereby justify its hefty cost. Or that those painstakingly sourced floorboards are judged fatal in cherrywood – “If only we had gone with the walnut!”
Hindsight is, of course, 20/20, in the world of interior design and home improvements. But what about eliminating the guesswork from decorating before the storage unit is even commissioned?
Our solutionUtilising specially created software, similar to that used in the film industry, Divine Design can now produce/create high-quality renders depicting exactly how a room, an entire home or even, say, an extension, will look upon completion.
Not only does rendering provide an astonishingly accurate preview that gives homeowners the confidence to proceed with – or perhaps amend – any home improvement, it also minimises the possibility of having to make any post-work changes, thereby saving the client time and money in the process. And in today’s cost-conscious environment, that can only be a good thing.
How it worksBelow you can see a perfect example that illustrates the power of image rendering in interior design and decorating. Our client wanted to see how her lounge would look with both a modern and a traditional look, before she could make a choice. Based on the information she provided and her personal preferences, we created two design concepts, a traditional one and a modern one:
You too can enjoy the benefits offered by our modern interior design service.
The images are all but indistinguishable from professional photographs of actual rooms, and no detail is too small to be faithfully rendered, from the crushed velvet of the curtain tie-backs to the petals of the orchid in an artfully placed vase.