Clean design is about to bring the sense of minimal – it is a fine combination of modern and minimal schools of thoughts. It is both candid and simple, but there is always a fine beauty within its straightforward enterprise.
Clean design is best suited for spaces that are smaller in size and constrained in physique. The proportions of clean design consist of simple lines that make the space sufficiently decorative in an elementary yet effective sort of way. It is all about bringing in the elegance through conservative austerity – no show or flashiness here.
You have to be very thoughtful about how best to emulate the simplicity in the design without going overboard with it. Below, we will be looking at some ways to spice up your interiors with clean design.
1. Use modern materials
One of the best ways to emulate clean design within any space is by regulating the kind of materials that embellish your designs; they could be glossy or matt but stay away from flashy textures. If you look at the image below you will see that the bedroom design has been created specifically with materials in mind – the high gloss laminates of the wardrobe below are all about brining on the clean without giving in the to flash.
2. Neutral colors
While thinking in terms of clean design, the major color scheme always needs to be specifically neutral – from all the shades of grey to creamy whites and ivory. Once in a while you could accent the drabness of this scheme through a single vivid color, but the majority of the color palate is always in the neutrals.
3. Through elegant lighting
You should always be especially scrupulous about lighting when it comes to clean design. It can end up making or breaking your aesthetic. Clean design calls for lighting that is an inherent part of the design itself – which means choosing fixtures that become a part of the overall aesthetic in the best possible ways.
4. Through furniture design
Furniture makes up about 40% of the total visual capacity of the interior space. Good, concise furniture design that is prime in both functions as well as aesthetics is one of the linchpins of good clean design. Topped with the right materials, this aspect is key in presenting a cumulative clean aesthetic that is simple but also austere with a dash of elegance.
5. Through simplified forms
Incorporating shapes, lines and forms in any interior is part of the design process. In case of clean design, these forms should always be the most simplified versions of themselves. For example, if you look at the image below, you will see that the media wall has been designed completely in horizontal lines with a few functional perks to boot.