6 tips to design an interior for an introvert
Introverts generally like their spaces to be comfortable, if not too cozy. They find solace in their individualism, so when you design an interior for a veritable introvert, make sure that you take in account their preference for solitude. Interior designing for introverts is not challenging, but should certainly be well thought out. It would be good not to stereotype based on generic information and to really dive into the psyche of an introvert. Today we will dish out 6 tis to design an interior for introverts.
- Design with books
The very core of an introvert’s nature craves adventure – and they gain that adventure by delving into books. So an introvert feels their best when they’re surrounded by books. As you can see in the image below, the interior has been specifically designed to cater the eating and reading habits of an individual. This semi-formal dining come library has been designed in a way that is both stylish, timeless and classic at the same time. The unbridled sophistication of the design, combined with an appeal to the senses would take an introverts breath away.
- Too cool for blue
Blue is one of the most soothing colors in the color palate. if contrasted perfectly, a blue interior scheme can almost never go wrong. If you want to appeal that color to an introvert’s psyche, then design the theme around comfort and coziness. As you can see in the image below, the design combines several aspects of habitat into a single comfortable looking bedroom.
The very generic habits of an introvert include spending time with themselves. When you spend time with yourself, you want the space you inhabit to be dichotomous, too. If you observe the interior below, you will notice that one single bedroom has all the effects of a living room and a study room in its space. This dichotomy of a space is what appeals the most to an introvert.
While designing a space for an introvert, keep in mind their flighty nature and social claustrophobia – as such, all public zones of a home should be designed in warm, grounding color schemes that make the space seem cozy and intimate.
- Bright Lights
While you design the public spaces to be warm, make sure that you do not waver into the category of drab or dreary. In the picture below you will see an interior that has a very dull foreground, but is accentuated in a brilliant way by the use of bright, popping pillows and cushions to balance the aesthetic.
Last of all, a private study with proper accommodation for files, books and stationary would be a literal haven for any introvert. Just make sure there’s an ample amount of space, but not too much capaciousness to leech away the cozy out of the space.