Jollification – The Fun side of Interior Design
The end result of a successful interior design may become an inspiration for most, but behind the scenes, it is drab, long process that includes several failed attempts at drafting a feasible design, allocating the working drawings and constructing 3D modules in various software’s. Only when the design is approved by the client and has satisfied the innate aesthetic of the designer does it gets handed over to the contractor. It then enters the phase of construction, which is a long, time-taking process that needs constant supervision and sometimes, even revision of the final drawings. Overall, interior design is a very demanding process that comes to fruition after long hours and hard work. But everyone would be quick to agree that most of the times, when the design is implemented right, we end up with a space that is exuberant as well as elegant. The right adjective might define your particular personality, but today we would be taking a look at a few interiors that make the long hours of breaking your neck totally worth it.
Bright lights and pretty colors – it is the formula to create a particularly lively interior setting. Just look at the image below; the exuberance of the rope light along the edges of the false ceiling bring out the beauty of the white backdrop. White is a reflective hue, so when you shine a bright light on it, it seems to light up with an inherent glow, and when you pair it up with just the right amount of contrast, it tends to become a lively interpretation of space.
The art of creating a fun interior setting lies not only in material and color application, but also demands a creative exhibition of furniture object. The table in the image below may reflect a simple design, but the subtle curve of its tail end along with just the right amount of bright colored contrast makes it a beautiful exploration of design.
Physical objectification of an abstract concept is more often than not, looked down upon in the design community, but sometimes, someone ends up creating a design that is just the right amount of physical combined with just the right amount of abstract. Be careful to portion out the harmony between these two genres when you attempt it.
Fun may not always mean bright and pretty – sometimes, it tends to be tall, dark and red. A glimmer of bright pop in the middle of a dull scheme is just as lively and effective as any white base interior scheme. Accessorizing is a cool concept, and can be very effective if you can do it right.
Sometimes, achieving the right angles is the best way to go about an interior setting. Marketing is important for any design business, so make sure to allocate these angles into your design to set it apart from the cookie cutter that is the rest.