Home Interior / June 27, 2018 / Francis Raoul.
In terms of colour schemes, the 60-30-10 rule of interior design prescribes that 60 percent of the total colour of the unit should be from the unit itself (i.e. the walls, ceiling, and floor), 30 percent should be from the pieces of furniture, and the remaining 10 percent should be from the accent pieces. This allows for a dynamic but balanced look. In applying the 60-30-10 rule, make sure that the colours you choose are complementary to create a cohesive interior design.
Determine whether the furniture satisfies the functions you've planned for the room. If a piece isn't working or if it's too large or too small for the size of the room, get rid of it or trade it for something else around the house that may be more appropriate.
Darker colours can make the space look smaller, whereas brighter colours can expand the space and create the illusion of a larger floor area. This is particularly handy when dealing with small spaces. To make the most out of your interior design, paint the walls and ceiling in one bright colour to make the room appear wider and taller. If you want to use darker colours for your interior design but don’t want to make the room look smaller, you can integrate darker hues into the accents instead.
Have a focal point.When designing a room, you would want to have a theme that will pull the individual pieces together without turning the space into an overcrowded theme park. To do this, it is important to create a focal point (such as a perfectly-situated window, a dramatic piece of furniture, or anything that strikes your fancy) and arrange the rest of your furniture around it. A good rule of thumb is to place the largest upholstered piece opposite your chosen focal point to create balance.
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