6 interiors that have been designed in a fun way
Incorporating a little bit of fun in your interiors is an absolute must, especially if you do not want your space to seem overly bland or dreary. There are quite a few ways you could go about doing this; you could use furniture, artwork, accessories or even wall finishes that would imbue a little quirkiness in your settings. Each of these items have an individuality that can seep into the ambiance of your space if you choose the correct pieces. So below, we will be taking a look at some interiors that have been designed in a fun way.
- A small bit of all
This particular interior makes use of the right furniture, accessorizing and textures to pair them up with an understated yet cleverly contrasted color scheme in order to make the ambiance seem like a fun but sophisticated interior scheme. The navy couch may have been the highlight of the entire space but its zany material choice, combined with the right accessorizing sure looks fun.
- Alternating designs
For all those who want zany but not mainstream funky, this one is for you. The interior below has been designed in an unconventional way that individualizes its fun element by emphasizing the alternating design scheme of the kitchen cabinets. This unique juxtaposition of materials and blueprints is what sets this interior apart.
- Try a little polka
Any kind of ‘dotted’ style wills surely emulate a bit of fun within the standard environment. The image below shows a small sitting area that has been imbued with a crazy amount of fun aesthetic with the polka dot floors, the simple ladder shelf and the single funky chair.
- Asymmetry as design
So you might think asymmetry means disharmony of epic proportions, but before you jump to any conclusions, think again. The interior below showcases the best kind of asymmetry in design that has been used in rhythmically superior ways and balanced out with the fun but elegant color scheme to boot.
- Gap toothed
Gaps in-between consistent designs seem to be unsavory but only if they have not been designed in the right way. The interior blow is all about showcasing the gaps in a consistent design, but they end up looking pretty great because the eccentric backdrop is all sorts of a fun alternative visual.
- Chalkboard designs and café vibes
Bringing a little bit of hipster inside your homes may seem like an acquired taste, but there is a universality about the use of exposed brick walls and chalkboard drawing interventions. These work in tandem with the right furniture to create the best playfully coltish ambiances.