Have you ever felt lost about what to do with a space in your home? It seems like either very isolated or very centralized and in the end, you don’t have a clue what furniture is going to look the best in that kind of a space. Well today, we’ll be looking at a few such spaces and how you can cultivate the right aesthetic to make them a part of your home interior design.
1. The camouflage wall
Usually, for bedrooms that are small, you need to be very considerate about your wall furnishings and the overall circulation layout. If a single-leaf flush door feels too bland, then you can definitely go for camouflage or sliding doors to save some circulation space in your bedroom interior design. Nonetheless, it needs to be very considerate about your wall furnishings and the overall circulation layout. if
2. That study nook
The space beside an important room or an element of transition like the stairs can be very hard to emulate into a functional zone. However, you can usually create isolated nooks in such space to get the right effect. Take this image for example; the in-built book shelf, the cozy chair setting and even the artwork make for the perfect space to tuck in with a favorite book or a cup of hot coffee.
3. The faux gallery
The staircase tuck is one of the hardest places to decorate in any interior design. A simple but very effective way you can make them a cohesive part of your interior design is by emulating the faux gallery effect. You can hang artwork all over the graduating wall surfaces to make the experience more impactful and holistic.
4. That empty wall
Everyone has that one wall in their homes that they have no idea what to do with. Sometimes, you feel like hanging an artwork over it, but other times that feels like a big no-no. In such cases, it’s best to consult a designer and design a permanent in-built fixture over it. It can be a shelving unit or even a simple, non-functional design elements that goes within the context of your interior design.
5. Using platforms
If you think that your bedroom is too small or narrow or constrained, you can definitely make the most of such a space by using interesting colors, lighting – and best of all, a platform bed. It keeps the visual scale of the room a level below the angle of sight, which makes the space feel larger.