Visual Vibrancy – On a Scale of What to Not

Visual Vibrancy – On a Scale of What to Not

Whenever you are creating an interior scape, make sure you always know how to balance out the lights and the darks – the grayscale is a hard place to articulate, and needs to be carefully crafted in specifically formulated interior schemes. Most spaces however, make use of a more vibrant color palate, and making the correct combinations of color schemes and pairing them up with suitable lighting patterns is even more of a daunting task. Visual vibrancy is an actual concept and needs to be eloquently translated into the relevant interior scape to dole out the best results. You can always integrate a nice dose of natural light into the mix, as it is the most effective reflective light, and your interior scape would be manipulated accordingly – or you can totally turn to artificial lighting. The best results come when you amalgamate both concepts. Visual Vibrancy need a lot of white to effuse the design with more vividness, as it is the most reflective hue of the color palate. Together, all these ideas combine together to form a design that is as beautiful as it is alluring. Today, we will be looking at a few interiors that have a nice visual vibrancy frequency.

1. Blues

This particular shade of turquoise is more white and less blue, and combined with the overall theme – which consists of vibrant but not dreary whites – the effect is such that the reflective quality creates a beautiful ambiance. The combination of natural and artificial light is just the cherry on top.

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2. Golds

An effective use of gold lighting can not only make your ambiance seem grand and ostentatious, it can also add s bit of a visual vibrancy into the mix – just look at the beautiful interior below; despite the use of modern aesthetics, the visual vibrancy of the gold lighting adds a more florid effect.

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3. Small Scale

When designing in relatively small scale – i.e. bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and other enclosed spaces, makes sure you use a lighter material palate to combine with more vibrant lighting. Take the example of the room below, where the light wooden laminate looks exceptionally well against the vibrant lighting scheme.

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4. Color scheme

Color contrasting works in various aspects, but combining a darker hue with a lighter one is quite a trend these days. If you look at the interior below, you will notice how the baby pink stands out against the dark gray of the couch behind, and its vibrancy lifts up the overall ambiance of the space, while providing a nice contrast to boot.

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5. Tiffany Blue

We’ve already seen a combination of blue and now we will take a look at another – the combination of white and blue remains the same, but this time we see it in a more modular formation – the circular ceiling, the strategic trimming; its all very meticulously placed throughout the setting.

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Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Absolook Interior Design

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