5 ways to maximize individuality in your homes
Everyone wants a little something different when it comes to their home design. When you go about investing in something as inherently perspective-bound as interior design, you want something unique and individualistic to come out of it. Every person has that dream home aesthetic in their head, which they want to be translated seamlessly into their own interior spaces. Sometimes, it may come off as understated and restrained, other times as loud and bold. ‘To each their own’ is the running theme of contemporary interior market – especially when interiors are crafted around the customized needs of the clientele as a whole. Below, we will be looking at some great ways to maximize individuality in your homes.
- Select a quirky theme
May times, when you go for abstract interior design themes like ‘contemporary’ or ‘retro’ or even ‘green’ you run the chance of it having already been implemented in a better way somewhere out there in the world. So if you’re looking for a thematic execution, look for something tangible – something that defines your personality and will definitely add to the character of your interior in an individualized kind of way.
- Select a feature fixture
Sometimes, even in the midst of a conventional theme, if you stick an unconventional feature piece, it can uplift the entire execution of your interior. In the image below you will see a great example of this concept; the spidery lighting fixture hung over the dining area creates a zany, idiosyncratic addition to the entire aesthetic.
- Through an on-point scheme
Sometimes, intangible interior themes like ‘retro’ can be executed in an individualized kind of way if you know how to do it. You have to curate relative accessories and objects – like furniture and fridges – and execute their placement in a way that complements the client’s aesthetic in a unique way.
- Through patterns
Patterns are ever-changing, and an interior trend that most people do not know how to work with. You could curate pattern objects that could define the entire essence of your interior space. As you can see in the image below, the quirky polka dotted counter surface single handedly adds to the semi-vintage theme of the interior space in a subtle but effective way.
- Talk about artwork
The taste in artwork is certainly an individualized element, and when you play on that format, you have a great legroom for bringing in an individual vibe within the space. in the image below you can see how one neon-colored retro style artwork piece adds to the customized finish of the entire room.