5 unique design interventions for your home
Design has always been about inventing unique ways to solve everyday problems, and the best interior designers come up with clever ways to make day to day life a simpler, and aesthetically pleasing phenomenon. There are a number of ways to go about that, but it is a challenging task. You have to be clever, perceptive and knowledgeable about the layout of spaces to expertly maneuver and manipulate the space to your benefit. These interventions are far and few in between but offer a unique perspective on how the space layout can be handled in more efficient ways. Today we will be looking at a few unique design interventions that might inspire you for that next remodel.
- Under the stairs action
The space under and besides the stairs is one of the most tricky ones to tackle. Usually the height constraints allows for redundant design interventions but once in a while you can maneuver the layout around to get that perfect combination of height and width. The image below shows just such an ideal situation, where the space beside the stairs has been primped and crafted to become a full size, open-floor master pantry. It is a clever design intervention that allows for the clients to utilize an otherwise redundant space.
- Level up
Designing in levels in quite the hot trend in the design market these days. The image below shows how, if expertly done, it can conserve a lot of space and create a visual dynamic in an otherwise plain space. In this case, the bed has been customized and sidelined against the window, while the levels create a storage space as well as an in-built seating area – a clever ad unique design.
- Quirky separations
Open-floor planning has become quite the norm throughout the last decade, but once in a while, there is quite a need for some semi-transparent separations. The interior below has tackled this problem in a fun, visually dynamic way, where the separation doesn’t hinder the visually holistic nature of the interior but provides a coltish way to keep the fun of the space intact.
An elevation look at this interior proves that the multifaceted nature of this separation wall feeds into the quirky concept of the interior itself.
Using small walls to compartmentalize the space is a zany way to create several aesthetics in a small amount of space. This idea directly interlocks with the planning phase, where the layout decides just how the space will be divided to accommodate all these aesthetics.
- Closer spaces
Closets are usually designed in a very straightforward way, but this design is especially unique because it uses the standard closet design in a wholesome but creative way. The way the wardrobe just breaks into the dresser is such a unique and creative way to go about designing such a space.