6 tips to design interiors for an extrovert
An extrovert thrives on social life and bright colors. Designing an interior for an extrovert might not be as challenging as designing one for an introvert, but it does have its hard parts. You always need to balance out the bright themes with enough energy. The interior should be bubbly but not too outgoing. It needs to match the personality of the person it is being designed for, so you need to find the fine line between ‘energizing’ and ‘overboard.’ Keeping that in mind, today we will be sharing some tips to design a suitable interior for an extrovert.
- The energizer bunny effect
Pink seems to be an evergreen energy color, and for an extrovert, it could bring about an energy in the room that no other color can achieve. Of course it all depends on the choice of the client as well, but if used correctly, a pink theme can never go wrong. Some might worry that it treads too hard in the ‘girly’ category, and that might be true to some extent, but as you can see in the image below, the zany creativity it brings into the space is just too bubbly to let go.
- The material palate
A material palate is just as important, if not more, than the actual color palate. while a color palate only defines the theme, a material palate adds texture and contrast, and thus makes the space three dimensional and engaging. If you look at the image below, you will see that most of the material palate consists of teak wood, which is bright and contrasting, while the other half of the theme is carried out in several shades of bubbly, energizing pink – a winsome combination of materials for an extrovert.
- Mirrors and Art
Extroverts always love some gregarious accessorizing. Find some paintings to go with the overall theme of the design, and try to make the space bigger to fit the exuberant personality of the client. This can be done through strategically placing looking mirrors throughout the house.
One of the most important aspects of interiors, designing an ideal lighting situation for an extrovert can be a daunting task. You can always design artful lighting fixtures, but in the end, it is the application that matters.
- Lay out the pattern
Defining an outgoing pattern within the layout of the interior can help acclimatize the extrovert more comfortably. In the interior below, the oblique lining, combined with bright, popping color choices is what sets the interior in a lively, unreserved ambiance.
- Private zone
An extrovert thrives on the unbridled energy of their personality – it is only right that it fit in with all aspects of their lives – even the interior of a bathroom. A zany, coltish design in the bathroom can only uplift the mood of an outgoing person even more.