So you intend to design your home interior, huh? Maybe you want to try to kick it up a notch and design your own space into a brand new way of gorgeous (and we know that the existing one is already amazing itself). And we have more than a couple of suggestions and pointers you may want to implement into your own homes as you start renovating, or even just a few modifications. And yes, thank us later and plan first.
Make it minimal
The trend nowadays for contemporary homes believes in the famous saying that “less is more.” And with that mantra, indeed, the fewer elements you put in your interior, the better. But that does not mean not to put anything. Minimalism means strategically placing items in a way that makes the place breathe more, like a shelf with few books and some plants hanging on a plain white wall. Plants are preferred over decorative ceramic items on display. Those are what you may try when configuring your space, especially on your living area/room.
Bring texture and color
Not because you’ve gone on minimalist you are not allowed to throw in some various design concepts in there. In order to convey some texture, you can mix and match accents of the elements included on your space that can be modified by you on your own, such as sofa pillows or the floor’s carpet. We think that either epdm granule or flat woven rugs or carpet are perfect for comfy entertainment area. Color theming may also be done. Minimalism is not exclusive to white. Try to use cool colors and hues that would make your space more comforting and inviting. When scheming colors, we strongly recommend analogous colors of three. Just prevent overly saturated and bright colors that vary and you’ll be fine in general, in our opinion.
Function is important
What are your windows for if not to add some pizazz to your interior, and by that we mean aid with the lighting. Not only is it good for your electric bill, it is also more pleasing for everyone. This may be kind of obvious, but are overlooked by many. Use light or see-through windows as much as possible, especially in the summer. Glass doors are highly recommended for your porch entrance, which will also add to the dining area’s lighting. Consider the functionalities of the design elements you will add to your interior. For instance, if you have a play area for your kids inside the house, try using synthetic lawn as carpeting, not only you get to add texture but also reduces hazards in the place.Keep in mind these suggestions as you prep up for your next interior space and your home will surely feel more welcoming and, at best, at home.