6 tips to get that k-drama vibe in your interiors
Whether you’re a rich Chaebol or an ever innocent Candy, your living space would always reflect your figurative k-drama level. Let us introduce you to your inner k-drama personality and its accompanying interior style.
- The Candy
It is just like that Candy to live in her cutesy k-drama world with that weirdo sidekick that will always be by her side. The room below is the perfect representation of that Candy character – it has that sweet, comfortably cozy vibe with just the right amount of spunk to attract the eye of the user.
- The Chaebol
Dark, broody, powerful and definitely extravagant, the Chaebol is the quintessential k-drama hero archetype that will never grow old. Now the interior below is the perfect representation of his sumptuously addictive countenance – all bold colors, rich fabrics and decadent golden lights that highlight its best features.
- The Noble Idiot
The noble idiot gives up everything to live with just the bare minimum – and that is exactly what this interior style represents! Everything but the essentials have been stripped from the interior – but that doesn’t take away from the beauty of the overall design.
- The Chabol’s Rich Grandmother
If there is one constant in any drama, it is the rich family that inherently disapproves of our beloved Candy heroine; think full glass water splash to the face! Well, the image below showcases an interior that will be a perfect Chaebol Family retreat – all tall laminates, slick looking mirror effects and grand chandeliers with a dash of leather furniture luxury.
- The Sageuk Royalty
Nothing beats the historical k-drama genre in old-school style and decadent historic vibes. So the interior in the image below is perfect for all those Sageuk lovers who want a little bit of history in their life – complete with the dark color scheme, the classical furniture style, dim lighting, gilt edged trimming and traditional wall designs at your behest.
- The Second Lead Syndrome
Because while the hero is always dark, broody and gorgeous, second leads always give them a run for their money. So here’s a visual representation of a lighter, frothier but still elegant and visually appealing interior that would perfectly suit your inner second lead.
- The Wacky Sidekick
No k-drama ever leaves out the wacky sidekick – be it the hero or the heroine, they always come with their solid support system; a person who knows and is completely comfortable with them; warts and all. So the kitschy, visually cluttered interior below is an amazing articulation of the wacky sidekicks personality in a physical space – comfortable yet stylish with just the right amount of warmth.
- The Jang Gue-Rae
Sweet, simple and not at all extra, the Jang Gue-Rae’s thrive on the simplicity in life. Which is why the interior below is the perfect articulation of their lifestyle; minimal, compact and restrained with a dash of subtle trendy.