The first thing I do as a designer when I start working with a new client is help them decide on a furniture arrangement or “space plan.” It informs the rest of the project and provides a clear plan in terms of what the flow of the room will be, how many pieces of furniture, and what size. There are two basic approaches to space planning your room; you can lean toward a more symmetrical furniture arrangement or an asymmetrical one.
Brittany is an interior designer and stylist constantly searching for creativity and inspiration in the world around her. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California where she finds plenty of both. Her interior design studio services a variety of clients throughout California seeking her simple and collected aesthetic. Brittany believes that a house becomes a home when it is beautiful, comfortable and, most importantly, reflects the personality of the people who live inside. In addition to interior design, Brittany is a regular One Kings Lane Tastemaker where she sells everything from vintage sofas to antique oil paintings through her online tag sales. As a stylist, Brittany has most recently designed for retailer Fred Segal and is currently the in-house visual merchandiser for the LA Mart and California Gift Show.