Vertical design elements are used in interior spaces so that they can add an illusion of height to your homes. These elements emulate a tallness to the room that is very appealing – especially in small spaces. If you’re interested in learning more, here are 5 ways that you can introduce them in your homes:
1. A cluster of stripes
Small, narrow stripes are an excellent vertical design element to use in your homes – especially a cluster of them on a plain surface. If you need inspiration, then take a look at the media wall in this image. It is classy, sophisticated, and features the best of achromatic looks. The white backdrop of the wall looks especially appealing with the stripes allocated in one corner.
2. Vertical décor and accessories
Tall décor and accessories are a great way to imbue verticality in your homes. The plus side to this idea is that there’s a lot of variety available in the market, such as tall lamps, mirrors, frames, and more.
3. Vertical kitchen cabinetry
Another way that you can introduce a vertical theme in your homes is by tweaking the cabinet designs. You can opt for tall upper cabinets that reach all the way to the ceiling. Even the lower ones can be tweaked to accommodate this style. If you take a look at this image, you’ll see how the cabinet divisions have been specifically vertical-ized to make the space feel chic.
4. Vertical pleating
A gorgeous and transient way to emulate verticality in your homes is by using the curtain pleating. Once again, there are a lot of ways that you can play with this. There are a lot of curtain pleating ideas that you can find on the internet. You can even do some layering – sheer curtains underneath opaque ones with contrasting pleats are a great idea – just like in this image.
5. Vertical sliding doors
Vertical door designs are also an excellent way to introduce such design elements in your homes. In fact, they’re an excellent way to customize your homes as well. For example, you can personalize your door designs to suit your home aesthetic. You can even customize the door handles to emulate verticality in your homes.