6 unique stylistic choices for your interiors
Every interior needs to have a feature object that makes it stand out from the rest. Choosing a theme is only the first part of this process; it is how you distribute all the small facets of your design throughout the space that bring out the best in any interior space. There are a lot of ways to go about this. Just as there are a lot of themes out there, similarly their molding into unconventional aesthetic is also limitless. So when you design your interiors, pick out some stand out stylistic choices that you want to see as the hallmark of your rooms.
- The green wall ambiance
While the conventional aesthetic of a green wall consists of hydroponics or a vertical garden, there are some even more unique ways to go about it. The interior below uses a similar concept which is different in implementation. Their articulation of the green wall consists of some sporadically installed planters on the feature wall – which is an organic brown in shade. The wonderful contrast between all the colors gives off a beautiful visual appeal.
- Using mirrors
The mirror mirage is a typical concept for small style interiors. When you do not have enough space, but want to enhance the visual quality, then always go for the looking mirror installation. This not only opens up the space in an illusive kind of way but also gives you opportunities to play with the aesthetic two-fold.
- A single spot of color
Sometimes, working on an achromatic theme can turn your spaces monotonous and dreary. As in the interior below, the black and white color scheme highlighted by the dim gold lighting was very classy, but the addition of that small, singular colorful artwork completely changes the overall outlook of that space. Instead of looking upscale and untouchable, the impact of that one intervention makes the space seem sophisticated but playful at the same time.
- The dresser and level-up
The level-up style is catching up as quite a trend around the contemporary design market. The way the designers have integrated the step with the small closet and wardrobe space is an ingenious way to demarcate the boundaries within the room without creating redundant walls in between.
- Corner dining areas
Dining alcoves are the best way to utilize small, otherwise obsolete spaces. Not only does this give a new, functional aspects to these spaces, it also allows the designers to create innovative furniture to enhance the visuals of the space.
- Pretty in pink
When you are designing a children’s bedroom – especially one for little girls – do not be afraid to go pink. It’s a very soothing color that makes a bold stylistic statement without going out of context. Its soft aesthetic will definitely impact on the psychology of your child.