How to ramp up the ‘modern’ in your home
Modern interior designing may be a century old concept, but there is nothing that can beat the earnest simplicity of a modern design. So today, we will dole out five tips to ramp up the modern in your home.
- A straight laced ceiling design
A relative ceiling design is just as important as the wall cladding or the furniture design. It gives the overall ambient design a wholly holistic look that makes the bulk of an interior seem organized and well thought out. A modern ceiling design is pretty minimal in aesthetic – it makes use of sleek material, sometimes an organic texture to eek out the stark, and a rather contemporary style of LED lighting techniques. Together, all of these elements combine together to create an impressionable ceiling design.
- Emphasis on simple materials
It is a salient feature of the theory of modernism that all material used in an interior or exterior space should be minimal and retain a rather natural texture. So when you want to ramp up the modern in your home, you definitely have to pay a key emphasis on the material. They need to simple, straightforward and elementary but their impact needs to dynamic to speak the language of true modern design.
- Open Floor Planning
While it may not be a direct part of interior designing, and might lay somewhere between architecture and planning, an open floor plan is definitely a part of the interior design. It can determine the wholesomeness of your interior by crashing all the psychological and physical barriers to create a space that is capacious, holistic and so much more breathable. An open floor interior design can be homogenous, but modern elements dictate the overall finishes – i.e., materials, furniture design and wall claddings etc.
- Natural light
Incorporating as much natural light as you possibly can in an interior setting is one of the key elements of the modern genre. Natural light is the relative fourth dimension. Its addition into a three dimensional space can make or break the entirety of an interior design concept or dynamic. But while modern can also be synonymous with simple, the addition of natural light into the mix is a phenomenon to play the simplicity of the design without compromising the integrity of the concept.
- Edgy designing
Another key feature of a modern design concept is straight line designing, which can come off as edgy in most circumstances. An edgy interior design a la modernism is one made up of oblique, angular and cut throat straight lines via furniture and other interior aspects. The liner formation of this aspect creates a visual consistency in the overall presentation of the design and make it seem much more ingenious and impactful than anything else.