A diverse material palate is something that should be handled only by an experienced designer. In the hands of an amateur, it can turn into a hodge-podge of mysterious aesthetics that have no identity of their own. But if you really want to experiment with different materials, then here are 5 interior designs that you should take a close look at for inspiration.
1. The kitchen design palate
The kitchen is a good place to start your experimentation with the material palate. as you can see in this image, there are a lot of surfaces to work with. From the countertop to the cabinets and the backsplash, you can go diverse whichever way you want to. This particular kitchen features wooden laminates, subway tile backsplash and smooth countertops to complete its diverse material palate.
2. The bathroom palate
Bathrooms are another good place to play with different materials. You can use contrasting textured tiles and various vanity laminates to construct your desired aesthetic. this bathroom features a unique black, grey and white material palate interspersed with light texture to give the ambiance a unique vibe.
3. With colors and windows
Window treatments are a perfect canvas to create a tonal diversity within your material palate. From curtains to pelmets and even shutters, you can choose any treatment and complement it with the right interior design palate. This interior design features a vintage material palate that is complemented by the brown hued window shutters.
4. Ivory to spattered
If you thought that old and new could not be compatible then take another look. This interior design features a half-pristine white and half timeworn vintage aesthetic. Both ideas clash on the surface, but the overall impact is extremely attractive in reality. It’s like having two parts of history in the same space.
5. Polka dots and soft stone textures
The all-white color scheme of this bathroom interior design may have sounded very boring in concept, but the actual execution is absolutely stunning. From the fun polka dotted floor tiles to the smooth laminates and even the stone inspired tiled accent wall, every material works its magic to provide the best possible ambiance.