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Salem, MA-area Architectural Designs Firm Offers Tips on Finding Inspiration

Boston Architect shares tips on how to find inspiration for architectural designs

PRLog - April 17, 2014 - SALEM, Mass. -- Boston Architect, a Salem MA-area architectural design firm, shares pointers on how to find inspiration for designing you new home or remodeling project.

Boston Architect recommends looking at contemporary fashion trends, plus fashion trends that were big 30 or more years ago. The colors, fabrics and contours of the clothing can give you plenty of architectural designs ideas.

They also recommend going outside and taking a look at nature to get even more architectural designs inspiration. Trees, bodies of water, the sunrise and the sunset are all great ways to get ideas.

Also, they say you should check out works of art or photographs for even more architectural designs ideas.

“If you look at the world with an artistic eye, ideas and inspiration for architectural designs are everywhere,” says Steven Petitpas, owner of Boston Architect. “We encourage people to go out into nature or to art galleries or stores to find their own sources of inspiration.”

Boston Architect designs plans for residential renovations, new homes, residential additions and more. The company has been involved with residential and architectural designs for more than 30 years, making them one of the leading firms in Boston. For more information on architectural designs inspiration, please visit the blog at http://www.boston-architect.com/blog/how-to-find-inspirat... .

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