7 Interiors that embrace the grander side of small scale!
Most of our space allocations in the residential department have become limited, and applying a grand interior scheme within the context of these spaces is a challenging task. Today, we will be taking a look at just how you can do that in seven easy ways.
Poshish and tufting
Tufting used to the playground of interior designer back in the neo-classical, rococo and baroque eras. Their designs might have been grander in scale but that doesn’t mean that they cannot be customized to small spaces. The interior below shows just how expertly it can be done. All you need is a little bit of a classical element that is retrofitted into a small space.
Mirror mirror on the wall
Looking mirrors have the design quality of making the space seem larger than it actually is, and with grander techniques requiring an ample amount of space, they have become the perfect design scapegoat materials for interior designers all around the world. Just look at the small nook below; its spatial quality and ambiance has been enhanced by the looking mirror design on both sides.
CNC cut screens may not be used in the typical way these days. While using them as partitions in the traditional and conventional way to go, an unconventional application might be plastering them to furniture designs. If you look at the bar below, you’d see the circular hoop design, which is the only grand element for this small scale design within a sea of stainless steel and modern.
Colors and Chandeliers
Using the correct color palate is a very important aspect of determining a grand interior scheme. You can use all the major components of an ornate design, but if the color scheme falters than so does your design. A typical grand color scheme is a strategic amalgamation of lights and darks – red and fawn, golden and brown, blacks and rusts. You have to know these combinations dearly in order to implement a great interior on a grand scale.
Rope Lights and Wall Papers
Wall papers are an intelligent way to apply a little bit of texture into your interior schemes. They can emulate a grand schematic and ambiance without the hassle of an elaborate design. The texture alone is enough to create a polished, distinguished effect, and when you top it off with strategically gold lighting, then it becomes something unique and sophisticated.
Bathrooms may not be the conventional interior design holes in the walls, but you can definitely apply a grand interior schematic to them. If you observe the image below, the gold and silver mosaic style create a beautifully ostentatious effect that works within the small scale confines of this space.
The fabric you upholster your furniture with can also determine the aesthetic of your space, so choose carefully.