Double height interior designs have a way of emulating a truly luxurious aesthetic. It brings in an expensive vibe in any space and the best part is that it reduces the cost of the slab layout. Of course that is only plausible for newly constructed homes. The benefits of double height spaces always trump the cost. Take a look at 5 ways you can use the double height aesthetic to your advantage!
1. A centralized space
The living room may be the essential central hub of every home, but many times it does not have that certain impact in its overall design. With double height spaces, you can easily evoke that central impact that is requisite of spaces like the living room in every home. This will give you more height and definitely a more creative outlet with the rest of the design.
2. With windows
The real impact of double height spaces is achieved through beautiful French windows that span two stories. They bring is the perfect cityscape vistas, and although the scenery might be mostly urban, the impact of a scenic view from the interior of a home is always appreciated by residents.
3. From other spaces
More often than not, there is usually a narrow balcony that makes up the circulation space of the upper level of the double height space. Although that is perfunctory, you can also arrange your layout to give one or two rooms a nice view of the downstairs. It can either be a bedroom or even an upstairs library/study room.
4. A full glass wall
A full glass wall in one of the rooms that looks upon the double height space is a welcome idea to create indoor vistas. If your upstairs is looking upon an indoor patio or even a large living room, then you can still stand atop and contemplate the space once in a while. It’s a nice way to make the most of your space with little effort.
5. In a singular setting
Sometimes, solitary settings that represent a double height space are even more successful than a true double height venture. You can simply utilize the verticality of your interior design to make efficient and pragmatic use of the overall design.