Concept Which You Must Know: The Concept Of Modularity

Singapore is the best example of how designers can use their savvy to make the most of small spaces. Residential interior designs all over the island are handles with such cleverness, and it’s a testament to the creativity of the designers who come up with these clever ideas. Part of the reason these designs have become so successfully embraced is because of modularity.

The concept of modularity is basically that the living space should be flexible enough. This includes creative in-build and freestyle furniture. Let’s take a look at how you can bring in a modular and ergonomic interior design with the help of these great examples!

 

1. Compartmentalize the essentials

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Regular compartmentalization is essential to maintain the interior design of small spaces. This is why your wardrobes, cabinets and in-built shelving has to be specifically designed to accommodate maximum storage. This means that you’ll have to get creative with how the actual interior design of such furniture entities is carried out. This picture shows a great example of how you can design a sufficiently organized wardrobe.

 

 

 

2. Flexible planning

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Nowadays, designating a specific function to any space in your home is not a good idea. This limits the potential of a space. This is why the concept of minimalism works so well with respect to planning. The space is freestyle enough to seem both mentally as well as physically flexible for all manner of activities.

 

 

 

3. Singular furniture objects

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Having everything in pairs is so last century. These days, mismatched is the way to go. So if you have that one single couch that you don’t know what to do with, you can easily pair it up with furniture that’s styled otherwise. You can also use it as a solitary furniture object and it can still look alright.

 

 

 

 

4. Modular furniture

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These days, there’s a whole other genre of furniture that has made small-style living easier. Modular furniture can be folded, or rearranged around the house. It can be used for various activities. But most attractive of all, it is easily available, maintained and affordable. You can buy such furniture items through websites like ezbuy and more.

 

 

5. Small style accommodation

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The style of furnishings that are designed for the modular style are extremely unique. They have to be flexible enough to accommodate all sorts of functional activities. It’s this adaptability that makes them truly attractive as well as ergonomic for users.

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