5 Interiors that make a bold statement
While this aesthetic would completely depend on an individual’s perception of what is bold and what is not, we would be taking into account a universal rule of application – anything that pops out amidst a chock full of deceptively ‘normal’ is ‘bold.’ It can be a harmonious discord between two aesthetics that are the polar opposites of one another, or it can be a stroke of hot pink in the middle of dull browns. Interior designing works in checks and balances – there is always a little bit of give and take between the inches of a predetermined space. So when taking on the idea of bold, especially in small scale interiors, you have to be especially careful about striking off the perfect balance. The rhythm has to connect with the symmetry, which has to connect with the proportions, and the color scheme has to keep in tandem with the material palate. Even if a single nuance is off, the overall outlook of the space might become completely warped; keeping all the ducks in a row is not only challenging, but also important. Today, we will be looking at a few interiors that have hit the ‘bold’ spot without compromising on any pragmatics or aesthetics.
1. Hot Pink
The bold typology in this particular interior is pretty straightforward and expertly applied. Keeping a low-res on the entirety of the bedroom ambiance, only to shock us with a vivid flash of color is the most elementary and simplistic techniques, and work very well for this interior.
Black, in and off itself is one of the boldest colors, and this interior scape uses that element to the fullest by using variations of this hue in strategic places – the top of the media wall, the curtains, the furniture – and ramping up the ambiance by beautiful lighting.
Wood laminates and veneers are becoming a household must because of their effective and affordable applications, and this interior uses that to the fullest by making a bold floor to sidewall laminate section that is backed up by light contrasting – a nice design venture.
While most interiors take their bold from adventurous color schemes, this one uses a unique furniture palate to draw the eye. The yellow acrylic chair makes an uncanny statement that makes an individual curious and intrigued – which is a pretty good verbal advertisement opportunity.
5. Gloss and Black
This interior uses a combination of bold color and material palate to create an ambiance that is definitely modern and welcoming. The use of black is enormous, but is balance out by the gloss of the material palate, as well as the strategic splashes of white in places.