If you enjoy simplicity in your interior designs but do not want the spaces to come off as boring, then you’ve landed at the right place. We know better than anyone how challenging it can be to make plain ambiances interesting, and if you’re searching for clever ideas to do the same, then we only recommend one thing: continuity. Don’t know how to do that? Here are a few tips for you:
1. Think big
Thinking big is going to lead you to come up with impressive ideas. That’s exactly what sets typical aesthetics apart from the rest. If you look at this image. You’ll see how the continuity has been introduced by taking out forward extensions from the exposed brick wall to create a holistic looking console. It’s trendy, unique, and perfectly complements the simplicity of the overall ambiance.
2. Think wholesome
Another clever contemporary way to introduce continuity in your homes is by understanding the big picture and only utilizing ideas that complement the overall setting. If you try to introduce continuity by segregated objects, it’s going to look visually messy. However, if you use large objects like the media wall or feature wall – just like the console in this image – you’ll end up with holistic results!
3. Using verticality
The vertical axis is a very unique way to emulate simple continuity in your homes. You can simply use the partition objects in your spaces and design them in a way that strives to achieve a continuous look within the space. The vertical mullions used in the partition of this image are all a great example of how you can execute this idea nicely.
4. Using the ceiling
The ceiling design is an incredible way for you to emulate a sense of continuity. It’s definitely going to break the monotony of a simple interior design by delivering unique aesthetics. The ceiling design in this bedroom interior is the perfect example of what you can do when you’re struggling with a plain aesthetic and want to make it more interesting.
5. Using it in a two-dimensional way
This is the easiest way because it doesn’t require a lot of physical design interventions. Instead, you can simply implement it by choosing the right material. Take this bathroom as an example; the horizontal line patterns on the shower wall provide the perfect two-dimensional continuity you can ask for. You can also use laminates, veneers, etc. to get a similar effect.