At the center of our day to day lives is our home, the place we begin and end each and every day. For many people, the interior design of the home is an important aspect of our everyday lives, but some may wonder why it demands the energy that it does.
The kitchen, bedroom and bathrooms are the three most lived in spaces. Find out why you should take care when designing these spaces, and especially if you are starting a renovation project, to prioritise these rooms.
Why Aesthetics Matter:
Aesthetics play a major role in kitchens, bedrooms and bathroom design. With each element properly considered, the personality of the rooms and those who live within them can truly be expressed. Interior design can help to create a bedroom which relieves stress, a living area that encourages discussion, and even a kitchen that inspires cooking. Carefully consider what the primary focus and function of each room is and how this should be expressed through its decor.
The Freedom and Rhythm of Design:
The magic of interior design lies in the ability to freely create the ideal environment through free-flowing design known as rhythm. Rhythm provides the flow from the kitchen through to the bedroom, allowing the entire home to tell a story and speak for the people who live inside. Whatever the purpose of the room is, the freedom and rhythm found in each interior design decision needs to be made with care, to effectively speak for the room‘s purpose. Repetition, progression, and transition are all vital elements to decor rhythm and should be carefully considered in each design project.
Each small element in a room‘s architectural design will have an impact that echoes through to its interior design. We have discussed the purpose of a room but the decision of what the room will cater to will usually be made during the architectural design and planning phase. A room that calls for privacy such as a bathroom, will neglect an open plan style, while a communal area such as a living room will show a vast and inviting space. Consideration of the elements used to create a room will have an influence on the way the room is designed and should be carefully considered by both designer and architect.
The room where you spend most of your time will have a large impact on your mood. Designing it properly through the most effective use of aesthetics, rhythm, and architecture in mind can be the deciding factor between a well-designed room and a room which falls flat.
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