5 things to do in order to get the best small interior experience
Small style interior design has become a universal interior phenomenon. Not only does it define the majority living conditions but it has spurred designers all over the world to counter the very constrained boundaries of its space allocation. A good small style design not only creates a visual dynamism in the interior but also amplifies the circulation space. Today we will be looking at a few tips that would help you understand the best ways to design a small scale interior.
- Compact furniture
The best part about small style interior designing is the ability to play with a typical furniture style. Usually, a small style interior is laden with smart furniture that could be morphed into any and all counterparts – a bed-come-sofa or a chair-come-table. The interior below showcases a similar font in furniture design, where everything has been designed to scale the small setting of the interior itself in compact, stylish yet atypical formations.
- Wall formations
Since small style interiors are generally tiny to begin with, designers have come up with one key rule to accommodate the smallness of the space – to design along the walls. This allows for small knick-knacks to be arranged artfully within the bounds of the other furniture and circulation space. Media walls, and shelving units are one of the main wall formation elements, along with classically designed wardrobes and more.
- Breaking boundaries
The small style interior is helped along with its open floor planning counterpart. The more the space is opened up, the better the dynamics of the interior. In the image below, you will see just how cleverly it can be done; the bedroom has a niche that psychologically divides it from the rest of the closet scheme but does not use any physical apparitions to do that.
- Joining Counterparts
There are some spaces that are invariably a counterpart of each other – think the dressing room and the bedroom. Both of these spaces are an inherent part of each other, and yet they are separated physically and visually within the rules of large scale contemporary design. Small style allows us to reimagine these spaces within the bounds of each other – a dressing room can be uniquely blended with a bedroom with only a small semi-divider while the rest of the scheme is designed in transparent visual dynamics.
- Linking Public Spaces
Public spaces should be linked with large transparent entryways within the small style interior design. This allows for careful and strategic permeation of space without actually creating physical barriers within the spaces. This open planning system has to be designed very strategically in order to not hamper the complexity of the private zones of the home.