You design a room with so much passion – addingan ideal color scheme, décor items and accessories. In spite of doing all this, you do not feel satisfied – you get the feel that the décor is missing something. Like many others, texture could be a culprit in your case as well. Do not worry, as here we are to teach you the importance of texture in an interior design and the ways to bring it in your room décor.
Homeowners are treated to several new interior design trends on a yearly basis. While most of these trends fail to create an impression and fade away after some times, some tend to hit it right with individuals who then waste no time to incorporate these designs in their home’s décor. In accordance with that, here are some the most eye catching interior design trends that have managed to create a lasting impression in the year 2016.
We, human beings, have always longed for peace – peace of mind and comfort. Even after tremendous technological innovations and developments, there are very few places including our home sweet home, where feel relaxed and at ease. The type of interior your home possesses, ha s a great influence on your mental, emotional and physical well-being.
If you have ever built a house or done a remodeling to your house, one of the most difficult things has to be choosing the colors for the interiors. Colors bring character to a house. Colors can create the required mood and provide the ambience that one expects to have in a house. Using the ‘right’ colors is always a challenging task. This not only requires a mutual agreement on the individual color preference of each of the family members, but also to consider the usual myths that are created when it comes to choosing colors for your interiors. There are a lot opinions floating around, telling what colors should and should not be used in your house – that are again based on these myths which we are now going to bust.
Nowadays, modern kitchen is a priority and the first section of a house. Halls, bedrooms and even galleries aren’t considered as important as the kitchens. They have become the center of interior designs. A well designed kitchen with perfect accessories and furniture can help keep the place organized and hygienic. Modern, sleek and a contemporary kitchen make the daily schedule and life simpler and easier. Moreover, it is an important aspect of the house as for many women, it is the part of the house in which they spend most of their day’s time.
A bachelor’s pad is often dreaded because common belief is that it needs a woman’s touch to transform a house into a home. Keeping this in mind, a woman designer, Angelina Alexeeva, has come up with an apartment visualization which would delight any bachelor. This Moscow apartment sure has a masculine appearance.
One of the foremost techniques that the designer has innovated is the use of dark colors along with sophistication.
Added to this is the presence of large windows with thin curtains which allow ample natural light within the home. This combination has a magical way of clearing clutter in a living space and making it look clean.
All the furniture used is modern and minimalist. The lighting for the spaces resembles a piece of art more than a simple bulb or tube. The wooden flooring stands out well with the dark brown wall and the grain in the wood ensures that the floor has a clean and neat appearance even on days when there is no vacuum-cleaning.
One must however confess that the monotony of the color and sophistication definitely hits any visitor. That might be one of the prime reasons why a woman mind find it tough to live in here. The house has an appearance which is more akin to an office rather than a home. Even the sheets and pillows on the bed, the portraits and paintings on the walls, the towels and foot-mats in the bathroom and the tables throughout the house embody the same color schema. What is considered sophisticated by a bachelor might well be termed ‘boring’ by anyone else!
All said and done, the apartment is definitely a haven of luxury and comfort. Beauty, after all, lies in the eyes and heart of the beholder.