That is why as Interior Designers we spend so much time communicating via description, sketching, sampling and scaling.
A client looking at a picture may not be able to imagine it as their space but at least they will know whether or not they like it! Any sketch or visual prop can be invaluable.
Drawings and perspectives can be extremely time intensive but they prevent costly mistakes and ensure that the "ta dah" moment at the end of a project is a happy one for both designer and client.
A perspective drawing is a great tool in the designer's kit for the reasons above but also because, if the designer has done her / his design groundwork thoroughly, it generates excitement.
|ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE IN MIXED MEDIA OF DINING AREA WITHIN A LIVING SPACE|