Whether you’ve just moved or are looking for a quick, little home pick-me-up, or perhaps something more significant, there are some well-known interior design tricks that designers employ that you too can easily do with minimal effort and cost. Sometimes the smallest things make the greatest impact. It could be the addition of a mirror, a painting, a lamp or even a plant. Maybe you want to soften your walls, brighten a room, or add some warmth to your living space.
Take a look at these clever design tips and see how they can inspire you!
Let’s remind ourselves again: great looks mean the world to your home! Home wall design is a great place to start. This is because walls help to create both atmosphere and the illusion of space within a room.
First of all, they should be darker than the ceiling and lighter than the floor (this makes the room feel bigger and fresher). You need to use excellent quality paint that is difficult to damage, but easy to maintain. This is an investment you shouldn’t think twice about.
The role of balance
Every balance principle you can think of (symmetrical, asymmetrical, or radial) matters in hospitality interior design. Room decoration depends on the style (modern rooms look well with asymmetrical placement) and should refer to the distribution of visual weight in your rooms.
The thing you need to remember is that balancing is not only about center points-it expands to all furniture shapes and decorations.
Bigger is better when it comes to art. Large canvases add a statement to any room and can even make wall space appear larger. Paint an accent wall. It not only adds a focal point to a room but can function as a great backdrop for artwork.
Wondering where’s the best place to hang art or other wall decor? Center it above whatever furniture is below it (sofa, sideboard, fireplace mantle, dresser, or console table) and make sure that the midpoint of the art is about 60 inches from the floor.
This never fails to amaze if done right, sometimes an over the top décor does not go very well with the customers. To make the room more inviting, the design should usher in a homely atmosphere. If the interior décor gives a homely feel there is chance that the guests will return again. So, keeping things minimal and simple is the trend of the time.