Colors, patterns and textures are an integral part of any kind of an HDB interior design. However, it takes a lot of savvy and experience to understand which part of the space should be dressed in these essentials. You cannot go and introduce a bold color or a strong texture in a space that is already visually cramped. It can be challenging to determine which part of the design should be dressed in such aspects. So further, we’ll be sharing 5 places you can highlight with color and texture in your interior designs.
1. The media wall
In a room full of furnishings and accessories, there needs to be one, bold attractive focal point. Since the living room is the hub of all home activities, it is only right that there be one in this space. The media wall is the perfect interior design essential to dress in the main texture. This makes it stand-out and is a great accent piece in the space.
2. The shower stall
HDB bathrooms are small and extremely challenging to design. Usually, they feature light-hued and same-family color tones in order to give an illusory quality of spaciousness to the interior design. However, you can introduce something unique – a bright color or an earthy texture – in the shower stall in order to add contrast to the overall interior design setting.
Wardrobes tend to be relegated to the very backdrop when it comes to designing bedrooms. However, they can become an integral visual part of the design if you know how to design the door leafs right. These are the perfect canvas for a little bit of color and texture. But you need to be extremely careful about creating a well-balanced and well-integrated wardrobe design so that it doesn’t disrupt the entire aesthetic of the bedroom.
4. Kitchen cabinets
Kitchen cabinets are the greatest canvas for emulating textures and colors in the interior design. But it is important to be very specific about the kind of hue or shade you choose them in. typically wood and stone textures look perfect in a kitchen interior design, but once in a while, you can even go for a bold color to make the space seem interesting.
The kitchen backsplash is another important place where you can introduce a bit of color and texture in your interior designs. You can even alternate between materials to create pattern contrast with the cabinet textures.