Colors are an integral part of any interior design. However, sometimes, the mind craves a little something different. Solidity used to be a necessity in construction of the old times. But today, we have a plethora of new generation materials like acrylic and tempered glass that have made ‘transparency’ the new ‘it’ concept in the interior design industry. Further, let’s take a look at how you can bring out the best in your homes with the help of transparent techniques.
1. A minimal yet stylish approach
Transparent design techniques can lend a stylish aura to your room. Just take a look at this trendy staircase railing; it’s a design element of its own in an otherwise breezy interior design. it allows for a minimalistic design approach without any frou-frou accoutrements to make the overall ambience look more spacious and welcoming.
2. Glass houses
Glass walls are the newest trend in the interior design industry. They’re th perfect way to make the most of a small space while still maintaining some psychological boundaries. This especially fits into the modern HDB design concept, where people want their space to look open, and don’t want the hassle of full-on physical boundaries.
3. The see-through aspect of design
Transparency opens up avenue for even more fun and new-age design techniques. For example, you can clad the wall directly opposite to your glass partition in looking mirrors. This will create an illusion of double the space. You can even use mirror cut-work and various other stylistic techniques to make the space look trendier.
4. An aura of breeziness
Open floor concepts may be the new it, but many people still want to maintain the psychological boundaries between spaces. Using transparency is a great way to accomplish this. By using transparent materials in the space, you can maintain that psychological privacy, and you won’t have to compromise the spaciousness of your space in any way either.
5. Aesthetically pleasant
Aesthetics are always the foremost priority in any interior design project, and transparency enhances this aspect of the plan two-fold. Not only can you experience the spaces in four dimensions, you can also maintain that element of spaciousness within the design.