Coziness and comfort are two of the most coveted states that homeowners want to achieve in their HDBs. Coziness emulates a sense of warmth, restfulness and homeliness in the surroundings and there are many ways to achieve this aesthetic in your home interior designs. Further, we’ll be looking at how you can imbue cozy comfort in your home with the help of some visual clutter!
1. Elaborate geometry
One way to bring in a sense of coziness through the visual clutter is by using elaborate geometry in your interior designs. You don’t have to go overboard and invest in complicated woodwork. You can simply use square and rectangular shapes to create some great, unique shelving designs. This kind of geometry the perfect way to introduce stylish visual clutter in your home interior designs.
2. Customized tile works
Customized tile works provide a great opportunity for you to emulate some stylish visual clutter in your home interior designs. You don’t have to go out of your way to emulate customized patterns – you simply have to select the right contrast of tiles to create some nice pattern work between the smoothly textured tiles. This allows you to maintain an asymmetric vibe in your designs without going overboard with anything else.
3. Ceiling light fixtures
Ceiling lights are now available in so many different styles that you can choose many that may emulate a comfortable clutter in your designs. It can be through hanging lights, industrial style chandeliers or even with the help of some strategically placed recessed lighting throughout your interior designs.
4. Decorative baubles
Decorative objects and baubles are a total essential – especially when you’re working with stylish shelf designs. You can use indoor plants, dry arrangements and other beautiful trinkets to make your shelves feel complete and unique. You can even add some personal touches by featuring photo frames and cute souvenirs that you have collected over the years.
5. Texture clutter
Another great way to emulate visual clutter in your rooms is by using textures. Note that you cannot use bold colors – otherwise your space may look claustrophobic and narrow. Instead, use a neutral color and material palate to keep things light and breezy. The texture overlay can create lots of dynamic visuals, which can also emulate a cozy and comfortable aura inside the space.