I find inspiration comes from anywhere, but sometimes taking a literal step into an inspiring space is a fantastic way to broaden your mind.
So last weekend I paid a visit to the fantastic Redbrick Mill.
Redbrick Mill is a high-end department store for the likes of Heals, Natuzzi and Made.com, and wow, what a store!
Places like these are inspiring for so many reasons. The quality, attention to detail and of course design are just a few things to marvel at. But it's also a brilliant place to take in much more than just beautiful furniture and interior design.
Seeing real items up-close and in detail is a great way to push our CGI work forward. It's those details which can turn a good piece of work into something great. It certainly inspires us to continue to push and develop!
When working on interior projects, we're always looking for inspiration and references to give our work a creative edge. Nothing stands still in the interior design world, so why should we?
A visit like this is also fantastic to get ideas on smaller things too, such as table settings, colour trend and furnishings. And let's not forget out the fantastic mill building itself! I'm a huge fan of restored buildings, and this old mill is certainly beautiful and inspiring too!
So what's your favorite place for "read made" inspiration? Drop a comment or email and let us know!