Home Interior / June 10, 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.
Technology helps the designers shape the ideas of the client into reality. The digital concept of designing creates better visualization. The consumer gets the opportunity to have a glimpse of how their idea of a perfect home would appear when brought into reality. The digital concept also helps the consumers to curate the designing to suit their taste. The client gets the opportunity to be the designer of their homes by personalizing the furniture, wall color, home décor pieces and virtually decorating their homes.
Draw your room on graph paper. Measure and mark electrical outlets and switches, vents, windows and doors. Measure your furniture and place it in your floor plan. Generally, the main furniture pieces are directed toward the focal point, keeping the major traffic patterns open. Fill in with pieces you'd like to have that may or may not be available now. Be sure to balance high and low pieces as well as heavy and light ones around the room.
In choosing the colour scheme for your condo unit, you should take into consideration not only your personal preference but, at the same time, balance. You can balance particularly striking pieces by painting the walls a more neutral colour. Similarly, you can make your interior design more appealing by incorporating accent hues into your decoration to accentuate and complement light-coloured walls or ceilings. Color is at the heart of interior design. Given the foregoing, it is important to give serious thought to the color scheme to be employed as the same can make or break your interior design.
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