Proportion is a kind of visual balance, you will instinctively know where the balance and the space needs to be created. Proportion has a way to creating a unity and harmony within an interior design which can be considered disproportionate and unbalanced.
There are quite a few ways in which you can create a balanced proportion in your interior design. Here we have 5 simple ways for you to use proportion smartly in your interior design, let’s check them out!
1) Proportion in colors
Proportions can be achieved by utilizing contrasting colors in the same space. This can be done by distributing the visual weight of dark colors equally throughout the room. Meanwhile, a displacement which balances out the light and dark intensity of colors, is able to help to create the perfect proportions. The interior design showcases just how you can artfully distribute these light and dark colors without much hassle.
2) Proportion in shapes
Shapes need to be balanced out in harmonious formations throughout the interior in order to create a wholesome vibe. This kind of proportion calls for strategic placement of accessories and wall decorations in order to get the best results.
3) Proportion in space
Proportion in space requires an artfully furniture arranging in a way which is visually holistic. This will create a wholesome feeling in the interior. It shows how the careful arrangement of the sofa can create a perfectly symmetrical ambiance.
4) Proportion in light
Proper lighting can make any space look more cognizant. You can create amazing proportions through lighting by highlighting your central space and dimming the alcoves. As the interior design shown, the strip LED under-cabinet lights highlights the study desk while the rest of the interior gently folds away in the backdrop.
5) Proportion in texture
Textures is able to bring a lively vibe to an interior design. As we can see from the image, it shows how carefully the textures applied can create a visual balance between the scattered spaces. The media wall, patterned wardrobe and the tufted headboard, etc. all feature textures which are able to provide a lively vibe to the interior design.