7 times lines defined an interior

7 times lines defined an interior

Linear infraction is one of the salient features of any interior designs. Lines make up the body of all interiors, so today we will see how it can be carried out in a graceful manner with a variety of linear formations.

  1. In the doors of cupboards

Lines can define the overall aesthetic of an interior, and below you will just how. The interior below is a combination of strong vertical lining. Not only does the vertical aspect stand out via the chosen color scheme – white over chocolate brown – but is also reinforced by other fixtures in the room. The lighting fixtures falls in the ultimate linear formation downwards, enhancing the vertical splendor of the room.

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  1. In the lines of the furniture

While the interior above was a strong force of vertical lines, the interior below is a tangent of horizontal lining. The black and white theme helps recreate a horizontal dimension via color balance. The distinctly darker tone of the furniture is what makes the horizontal aspect of this interior stand out from the rest of the scheme.

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  1. Two Toned

This interior is an interesting combination of both oblique, horizontal as well as vertical lining. They do seem to contrast, but the odd amalgamation is far from disconcerting. In fact it goes a long way to connect the visual discrepancies of the entire room.

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  1. Criss and Cross

While vertical and horizontal lines are the conventional interior layout, sometimes, when the mood calls for it, a combination of oblique lines can make for a rather interesting setting. In the image below, you will see how the aluminum criss crossing across the cupboards has become the bold defining feature of this kind of an interior.

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  1. Cupboard

Another instance of bold oblique lining, this one does not only define the aesthetics, but t also defines the limits of the function. More often than not, straight lines are used in interiors because they are more pragmatic – they can hold stuff up, make room for further storage – but angular lines are not that way. As you can see in the image below, the angle of each shelf constricts it ability to hold stuff in a conventional way.

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  1. Look Again

Another look at this particular interior shows just how it can be merged with conventional straight lines at the periphery. The rectangle becomes the holding cell of all the oblique lining that makes up the center design of the fixtures.

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  1. Color Contrast

A nice color contrast is all that you would ever need to define the liner formation of your room without ever consorting to major interior faux pas. The image below shows how expertly it can be done in subtle, expert ways.

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