7 ways to design interior haute couture
Haute couture as ‘fashionable clothes produced by leading fashion houses.’ That may be one way to look at it, but haute couture can be incorporated in any sort of design, be it graphics, architecture and especially interior. Today we will be looking at 7 ways that can make your interior your very own haute couture.
- The themed frame effect
The foremost way to redefine the haute couture aspect of any interior is to use lots of photo frames. But there are some interiors that do not allow for such a design strategy. In this case, you can add personalized yet fashionable touches by hanging painting of your choice that tend to go with the selected theme – like the lavender themes frames in the picture below.
The most organic form of any kind of design is square, or rectangular, so when you delve into curves, the space instantly becomes personalized on its own. In the image below, you will notice how the gentle curve of the show case has become an inspired show piece of its own without any other physical intervention.
- Closeted liquor syndrome
If you have a specific collection of any object that you want to incorporate into the aesthetic of your interior, then it automatically becomes haute couture. If you look below, the image shows a media wall with a liquor collection on its headboard. Both aspects are carefully integrated to form a seamless interior scheme.
- Thematic integration
A theme is a personalized touch. No two themes can be similar because the designers personality combined with user experience allows for an authentic dissimilarity. In the interior below, you will see a Winnie the Pooh themed interior the likes of which you’d never seen before.
- The personalized accessorizing
Throwing in some personalized accessorizing in the form of décor is one thing, but designing an entire interior around it can mean something else. Take the avengers themed interior below as an example – the S.H.I.E.L.D logo is an incredibly defined entity and representing that properly in an interior is the pinnacle of haute couture.
- Wooden beam effect
Using double height to modernize the wooden beam ceiling is a genius idea that has been carried out especially well in the interior below. It restrains the space without making it seem very claustrophobic and adds a glamorous effect to the ambiance.
- The dual dichotomy syndrome
Sometimes, combining two themes can be a matter of personal choice and flair. In the interior below, you will see a contemporary articulation of a modern and neo-classical interior that has been specifically merged to redefine the haute couture theme.