"It has to consist of different textures and structures, not be to perfect and not reveal everything at first sight."
— Lotta Agaton
Are there any faux pas in interior design? Which mistakes do people often make?
Never ever use copies and quick fixes, let it take time and save up until you can buy what you really want.
What could be a quick fix for updating an interior?
Ha ha, there are no quick fixes but I like to colour coordinate and group items for still lifes not to make the space look too cluttered. Storage is also the key to a calm interior so that you can store away everything that you don’t want to see.
What is the key to creating an interior design that lasts?
Use good materials that age beautifully and a neutral colour palette that you don’t get tired of.