Things you should keep in mind while designing a space

Things you should keep in mind while designing a space-1

Have you ever seen an Interior Design space and fallen in love with it at the first sight? We all have come across spaces we couldn’t take our eye off and have sent us on a visual journey hard to forget that we can’t forget. The colour of the pillows, the strips by the chair, or the unevenly sized frames that guided our eyes across space are all strategically placed to have such effects on us. All the world-class design spaces are the result of a few basic principles. It is interesting how the use of such basic principles can transform an average-looking room into a totally top-caliber design area.

Here is the secret potion that will change any dull room to a visually pleasing space that people are savour and appreciate:

Balance- It creates an equilibrium of the visual weight of the room that does not essentially have to be with forms, colours, shapes, and texture also play a big role in balancing the area. A visually balanced room is soothing to look at as it looks neat, equal, and attractive.

  • Symmetrical Balance- It is the traditional way of balancing the area where one side of the space mirrors another. It can get boring if applied too rigidly, but if done the right way, it provides evenness and uniformity to the frame. Formal spaces call for such a kind of symmetry that mirrors each other.
  • Asymmetrical Balance- The traditional way can be spiced up by playing with the colour, shapes, etc on one side and balancing the visual weight by adding some form or element on the other side. It is fun and looks more pleasing to the eyes. Designers sometimes use different sizes of chairs and straighten them out with uniform wall stripes. Asymmetrical Balance is more fun and pleasing to see.
  • Radial Balance- It is keeping a focal point by placing the objects of focus in the center and having other elements around them. It emphasizes the central object which becomes the center of attention for the audience. A staircase, a chandelier, or a huge table in the middle of the hall are good examples of radial balance.
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Scale– It refers to the relationship between two or more objects and involves working with the standardized size and shape of the elements ensures an acceptable design output. Scales deal with the different proportions of the room and are responsible for making it look big or small by making slight changes in the size and placement of the elements. Scale Is an important factor as it ensures functionality and makes the space look proportional and uniform. You can offset certain standardized measurements by balancing it with other elements. It makes the room look more interesting.

Rhythm– It is about using the elements like tiles, colour of the wallpaper, etc. in a pattern that sets visual consistency and carries our eyes around the room. It is about creating patterns of repetition and contrast that grabs the attention of the audience. The aesthetic elements can be arranged in ascending order to bring out a progressive flow. The application looks very appealing and can change the vibe of the room dramatically. It gives directions to the sight and energizes the space.

Focus- A design gets boring without a key element that can hold the attention of the people. There is always something that is highlighted in well-designed spaces that becomes the main point of interest. The technique is important to bring light to the main element of the room. You should always have a point of interest in your design to make it look more arranged.

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Contrast- It makes the central object pop-up in a visually pleasing way. It is an exaggerated way to highlight the elements and techniques that make the style of the room more fun and creative. You can use opposite colour like black and white or different geometrical patterns to bring this effect.

Proportion– It is similar to scale but it is more about the ways the objects look in a space as well as in relation to one another. It is the tricky part that helps create a more pulled-together look. The well-proportioned room goes easy on the eyes and makes everything look very cohesive and neat which leaves a good impression.

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Unity– It is the most important point as it is a theme that puts all the objects in perspective to create a harmonious view. Make sure that all the elements complement one another and suit the overall mood of the room. Every room exudes its own energy and ensuring harmony makes everything fall in a palace in an aesthetically appealing way. Always make sure that the theme creates a unified message to make your design stand out.

You can highlight the strong points and cover up the less pleasing areas by manipulating the lighting of your room. Patterns give life to the design, underlines the dimensions, and helps create a ‘wow factor that we all aim for. Textures also add dimensions and intensify the look of the room. Colour has a magical effect in changing the mood and energy level of the room. You can change the colour of your room to change the way you feel.

These are the key points that will help you amp up your Interior designing game and bring something new to the table every time. You have complete freedom to play around the rules as long as it is visually pleasing. Above everything, make sure your designs have a touch of your personality in them.

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