Whether it is photography, creating the best color combinations, creating the most expressive logos and concocting the best graphics for a brand, a graphic designer is always impassioned about letting out their creative side. So if you’re such a person looking for the perfect home, then today we’ve got some awesome design tips for you! Let’s take a look:
1. Go iconic
Iconic logos and graphics are definitely the first love of a graphic designer! Whether it’s the ubiquitous Coca Cola or the evergreen Micky D’s or even the more modern Apple concept, you can choose one or the other to make the home feel like a natural habitat for the designer! The Coca Cola vending machine in this image is a great example of such a technique!
2. Getting minimal
Some graphic designers prefer subtlety, so you can definitely go minimal with your designs! That applied both in the kind of artwork you choose and how you manage to feature it in the space. The adorable He & She artwork hung above the headboard of the bed in this image is an excellent example of how you can go about doing something like this.
3. Labels matter
Sometimes, a graphic designer can get so used to their work habitat that it can be hard for them to break out of character even at home. This is why you need to implement some ‘comfort graphics’ within their homes. The Male & Female icons on this bedroom door are such a neat and amazing way to do so. It immediately makes it obvious that the room is a master bed and is a great visual accompaniment as well!
4. Going with color coding
So far, we’ve only been talking about graphics and logos but that doesn’t really mean you have to implement those in each and every part the designer’s home. Sometimes, you can just make clever interventions with simple color coding. The all-gray bathroom with a black trimming is an amazing way for you to be expressive without going overboard.
5. Artwork and writing
As far as décor goes, you simply have to do some research on the kind of art form the graphic designer likes! Some like manga or comic-style graphics while others are all about logos and abstract colors. You can go for a cluster gallery wall effect or simply feature a statement piece in the end.