Do you know that there are seventy percent of the interior design aesthetic come from beautiful textures and relevant lighting?
If any of these two elements is offbeat, your entire design will look extremely weird. This is why designers create mood boards and 3D visualizations; to get a feel of what the end result may look like when the design has been completed.
So if the textures and lighting do not complement each other, the outcome of the entire space can be really bad. Hence, let’s look at these 5 interior designs which feature the perfect combination of lights and textures!
1. Gold on suede
The look of gold lighting on suede upholstery depends completely on what kind of color the suede is actually in. Warm colors look very attractive under gold lighting, but cool colors like purple or even green can look disconcerting. Suede is slightly reflective, so always make sure to choose warm colors like browns, camel and campaign for your upholstery textures when you’re using gold lighting.
2. Trimmings and recessed lights
Cove lights or recessed lighting is becoming very trendy these days. It has the ability to bring in a lot of glamor in most interior designs given that is complemented with the right textures. This interior design shows cove lighting installed around niches that feature a glamorous brown texture. The overall look is a nice blend of modern and traditional.
3. White and wood
White light on wooden texture is not a very conventional way to design most interiors. Wooden textures are usually paired with dim gold lighting to set off their grainy textures. But white light can be just as potent in a completely different way. They make wooden accents look a lot of contemporary and modern in aesthetic than then they may look otherwise.
4. Natural on natural
Did you know that artificial textures stand out the most against natural light! So if you have a large window portal in your home, it is tie to break out some stone accents for that gorgeous feature wall in your living room. it is definitely going to look pretty awesome when you open your curtains every morning!
5. Accent lighting on distressed wood
Distressed wooden textures are the epitome of trendy these days. They look extremely stylish in shabby chic, industrial and even Scandinavian style interior designs. But what sets them off is actually the lighting. Accent lighting using track lights or recessed LEDs can bring out the best of these textures, which in turn, makes your spaces look extremely stylish.