When you think of “luxurious”, you might think of decadent fabrics, glittering chandeliers, giant bathtubs. But creating a luxurious home isn’t necessarily the things that are in the home, but rather the...
At Nomad Soul we are in the furniture business, and understand that when it comes to purchasing an actual quality piece, it can end up being one of your most costly investments behind your home, and car. That’s why...
Something we love about interior design is that trends can be as bold and change as quickly as the fashion industry. Literally you can see a flood of a certain trend from one year to the next on what people are being drawn too.
Such an interesting concept is the psychology behind design, especially design that you literally live in! People have been aware for thousands of years of the positive and negative affects a room or home can have on a person.
Getting into the process of how we develop design concepts is what us designers do on an everyday basis. This is what we’re here to help with because sometimes it can be hard finding the right starting point to work off of.
This past week, our owner and lead designer Julie Meese was able to answer questions with students in the interior design program at Salt Lake Community College. It was fun to hear the advice from someone experienced in the industry to the newcomers starting their journey.
We are lucky enough that we do get to work with a variety of styles and different types of homes, so we asked a few members of the team which home we’ve staged they would personally move into (hypothetically, of course).