Sightscaping – The Nuances of Interior Design
Architect Mansoor Sarwar often likes to relate, ‘What more can architecture do?’ The most conspicuous answer would be, ‘design.’ Well that can be both an accurate as well as a non-accurate accolade. Designing is not as simple as it may seem like – it entails solving the problems of climatic, human and environmental intervention through clever techniques, cost efficient practice and an eye for aesthetics. The job of an interior designer is especially challenging because following the limit of space constraints along with the directions of the client can be a hard task. Only those with a volume of experience, an eye for detail and an immaculate aesthetic sensibility can take on the task of designing interiors. It is the nuances of a space and a design that portrays the entirety of an interior scape – a metaphorical sum of parts that becomes an alluring whole. Knowing that, we will be taking a look at a few interiors that just would not be the same without the meticulous detailing that defines their entire design.
Most people may think that the industrial style is a mix of gray slates and dull browns, but the beauty of this style lies in the nuances of its textures and contrasts along with a respectable accessory selection. If you look at the interior below, you’d notice how the dissimilar color schemes emulate an elegantly sophisticated vibe, while the textures give it a decidedly rustic touch.
Bathroom interiors are some of the hardest ones to tackle, and this one is hands down one of the best. The use of a singular color scheme in various hues is complemented by the meticulous placement of the lighting, which creates a rich allure with its dim gold aesthetic – a remarkable use of color and material palates.
Fixture designs need to be in perfect tandem with your theme, and if you’d take a look at the interior below, you’d see the perfect example of how to combine an elegant asymmetry with a funky yet standardized design.
The Context of Simple
Most of the time, it is the simplest of designs that are the hardest to create. Knowing the very core of your interior is what can bring out the best in any design, but when you’re trying to go for simple, make sure you choose the best materials – for it is going to be these materials and their relative textures that would end up defining the context of your space.
A chic color scheme with a simple design is the one that complements the contemporary mindset. Knowing the difference between contrasting and popping is the key – in this case, the blue is what sets off the actual aesthetics of the design, while the cream is there to neutralize the pop along the way.