Designing your interior with a style
Simply matching the colors of curtains, rugs and other fabrics can help create a unified feel to a space. You can also enjoy coordinating your room by matching furniture materials and adding accent color accessories.
Color has a psychological effect on people. Think about how you want to spend your time in the room and choose the basic colors of the room based on the table below.
Clean, Neat, Pure, Beginning
Calm, Quiet, Understanding
Formal, Upscale, Urban
Active, Passionate, Joyful, Excited
Warm, Energetic, Lively
Bright, Happy, In a Good Mood
Youthful, Fresh, Comforting
Happiness, Peace, Honesty, Coolness
Mysterious, Noble, Elegant, Feminine
Match the color of the furniture to the same color. However, it is important to note that even the same color can look different depending on the material of the furniture and whether it is shiny or not. It is also important to match the coordinating color.
The base color is the color that sets the tone for the entire room. Curtains, rugs, cushions, and other items are unified with a single color to bring the entire room together. When you combine several colors, you can change the tone of the colors by changing the hue, for example, dark blue and light blue.
Using a color that stands out against the base color as an accent can help to bring the whole room together. Try it out with small items, cushion covers and flower arrangements. You can also use different materials as accents, such as silver in natural materials.
There are three basic elements to the layout of furniture for a comfortable space. These are the same for any style of interior, so check them out.
Smooth Traffic Flow
Check the flow line of the furniture on the floor plan to make sure that the furniture can be moved naturally and smoothly, such as standing and sitting. By the way, the space required for a person to move around is at least 45cm for a sideways passage, 55-60cm for a front-facing passage, and 110-120cm for two people to pass each other.
Intentional "Empty" Space
Creating a "break in the line of sight" makes the space feel larger. To avoid having a wall or tall piece of furniture in front of you when you sit on the sofa, rearrange the furniture so that it is low and does not interfere with your line of sight.
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If there is too much furniture in the space, it will feel oppressive; on the other hand, if there is almost no furniture, you will feel uneasy. The ideal ratio of furniture is one-third.