6 ways to create collaborative interiors
The term collaborative could be used in several contexts even within the bounds of interior designing. It could be a collaborative design that takes on a number of aesthetics and merges them into one, or it could also be a collaborative environment that is bought together by a cohesive color-material-lighting scheme. It all depends on the perspective along with the kind of interior you’re looking at; either perspectives are plausible and design is never set in stone. You could even smash a mixture of the two above points together and call that interior a collaborative affair. Below, we will be taking a look at six ways you could try your hand at collaborative interior designing.
1. Industrial come urban chic
Two very distinct interior styles, urban chic and industrial could work beautifully if collaborated in the right way. In the image below, you will see a great amalgamation of the best features both of these styles have to offer. The smoky texturing of the walls combined with the sleek, swanky furniture style topped with the gold lighting creates a moody yet alluring design. It’s eye catching in the best of ways and doesn’t fail to flaunt its unique style.
2. Funky yet understated
These are two very distinctly different terms – contradictive to the fullest – but the interior in the image below manages to combine these two in a neat and beautiful way. Most of the design is carried out with a great lighting design and the savvy aesthetic of the single black wall and ceiling. The small amount of texture along with the funky aspects of the lighting are just the cherries on top of this design.
3. Through ambiance and accessories
The interior below is the epitome of stylistic. With its mismatched accessorizing and furniture scheme, each and every object is in complete dissimilarity with each other. However, the overall design of the space works in tandem with its hodge-podge conundrums and makes the interior a large-scale collaborative success.
4. Retro and funky
While these particular interior schemes may not be too far apart from their common spectrum, there is still some bridging to be done. The interior below shows how artfully this scheme could be interconnected with each other in a brilliant but creatively inspired ways.
5. Dated yet contemporary
The interior in the image below dredges up fringes of a dated retro vibe and mixes it up with a contemporary and coltish color scheme. The idea is to imbue modern aesthetics with a tinge of old-school and the designers have manage to do just that by allocation the dated vibe to the furniture scheme, while the modern is achieved via the accessorizing and design.
- Kitschy and industrial
This particular collaborative interior is all about merging the relatively contemporary aesthetics of kitschy and industrial. Using the major feature elements of both these styles, the designers have managed to merge nostalgia with sophistication within the threads of this interior design.