“Do things differently” is a mission statement that’s easier said than done. For interior designers, it’s about straying from the path of tried-and-tested suppliers and, most importantly, finding the time to be creative – whether that means sketching, making notes or simply stopping and observing our surroundings, skills that are increasingly lost in a fast-paced digital world. As part of her ‘Developing Creativity’ talk in the Design Hub, KLC School of Design’s Rachael White offers this advice and lots more for those who feel they are stuck in a rut and out of touch with their creative selves. In short, it’s about learning how to slow down – because you can’t create a unique interior for a client if you don’t look beyond the everyday. KLC School of Design is hosting daily sessions in the Design Hub.