Lores Mera East
One of the best things about interior designing is that you can use the various elements of this art and mix them up in order to create a combination that is personal to you and your personality while keeping up with the modern designing demands. This particular arrangement shows how to incorporate style and funkiness in a largely white and pristine setting. Using durable and resistant material, you can be daring enough to use white for your couches and dining tables and then add a large pop of personality with a funky wall piece like the one pictured in this ensemble.
Overly bright and bold colours on the walls and furnishings get old very quickly and your eyes begin to avert from the sight of them. Muted shades such as white and beige are great for maintaining interest and excitement in your setting as it forms an ideal canvas for you to play around with. You can innovate by using interestingly shaped ceiling lights as is seen in this design along with brightly coloured seating and thickly rich curtains to add a pop of colour into the mix of an otherwise muted palette and make it come alive.
Nothing fills the heart more than dark neutral shades such as those of an earthy brown in varying intensities and dilutions. Where a predominantly white setup could have you feeling neat and organized, a darker colour palette when employed for a study room or home office can have it feeling more personal and homely. This is supplemented with a low couch, a simplistic wooden table, and a series of shelves lining the back of the room for storage purposes. The windows located on the left of the room ensure the entrance of natural light and prevent the prevalence of an overbearing synthetic feeling.
The kitchen is a picture perfect visual translation of a sanitary and pristine cooking and working space lined with all the necessities yet incredibly spacious. The small space has been turned to give the impression of a larger space owing to the white colouration of the walls and the counters whereas a black stripe running horizontally across the slanting walls adds flair to an otherwise simplistic and muted setting. The kitchen equipment facilitating the kitchen, including the refrigerator, are artistically aligned with the grand colour scheme of black and white.
For small bedroom spaces, it is important to use the available space effectively and prevent overcrowding in the room. This can be done using a very simple space-faking technique in which you can use larger furniture but in a limited amount as opposed to several small furniture spaces to create the impression of adequate furnishing all the while not using as much space at all. with this large, full sized bed, recessed lamps placed on low side tables, and an entertainment system placed in a recession in the wall, you save up on a plethora of space while simultaneously having all of the necessities in your bedroom. The sheer, frosted doorway leading to the bathroom adds a hint of uniqueness and character to the room.
The bathroom shows the perfect solution to small space restroom problems. Not only do they display a classy way of incorporating all elements in the small space, but also show how to keep it classy and fresh. The neutral beige palette, as opposed to an all-white backdrop, is a surprisingly refreshing change. Instead of being used as a background colour, white is used on the water basin so as to add a pop. The unique showerhead covering a relatively large expanse on the roof of the shower adds variety.
The bathtub in a sauna style room for some enjoyable relaxing time adds an interesting element to the place. Perfect for when you want to wind down, not only is the tub soothing in the physical aspect owing to water jets and comfortable seating, but the setting as a whole is also incredibly aesthetically pleasing. The thin wooden panels lining the flooring and the walls as well as constituting the benches, platforms, and stairs are painted a greyish black colour against which the white tub stands out strikingly. The shower support is a minimalistic pole that occupies minimal space.
Dressing rooms and wardrobes do not always have to be gigantic and lavish in order to be aesthetically designed. This setting shows that perfectly. While space is not the largest as compared to some others, the available space has been used as effectively as it possibly could have been used. The windows at the end of the room give the illusion of a larger room whereas the natural light filtering in through the sheer binds illuminates the place well enough. The walls are lined with rods on which clothes are to be hanged. The white of the walls and the furnishing is perfectly complemented well by the brown flooring
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