Visually Stimulating - Designs that Appeal to General Eye
Have you ever noticed, how some interior spaces can catch our eye, stay with us, and become a holding bar for comparison sometimes? There isn’t a specific thing that makes them so attractive, but a combination of material, colors and lighting. Together, these three objectifications of an interior space for the basic principles of a single design. All of these are mutually exclusive – one cannot be complete without the other, and vice versa. If you have a fantastic material or color palate, you need an awesome lighting plan to highlight the best of it. Alternately, if you have a beautiful lighting system you can showcase the best parts of your interior while hiding the ones you do not like. In this way, interior design can seem like a show and tell. Today we will be taking a look at a few designs that seem inherently and effortlessly beautiful.
Red, Beige and Light
This beautiful contemporary style interior uses two dominant color scheme in juxtaposition with a number of contrasting elements in the form of accessories. That dissimilarity is so seamless that the eye cannot help but be attracted to all consorting features in this design. An effective color scheme, however, is just as stand out as its lighting allows it to be. In this case, the lighting fixture itself is an inherent part of the design. The dim gold from each retro bulb adds an element of richness to this interior scheme.
Earthy, grounded tones have a reputation for being drab and low-key. They’re mostly used in a modern or minimalist setting to ground the straight lines and sharp edges. It is hard to make most elements in this specific color set stand out, but this interior manages to accomplish that in one fell swoop. The backdrop of white against brown makes it an instant hit, and the reflection of natural light around the interior makes it seem insistently alluring.
Pop Out White
Contemporary interior design schemes usually pair up a funky aspect of interior design with modular lines and hybrid shapes. This usually makes for an eye catching dichotomy of design and this interior style captures it very well. The bright furniture is a welcome contrast against the white and browns of the rest of this interior.
When you use a single scale color scheme then you have to play with hues and textures in order to make it stand out. A light dash of contrast is a must, but a single dominant color scheme must be dissimilar in hues in order to make the design work. Take a look at the interior below – most of it is finished in white, but it still manages to differ in surface aspect.
A temporary visual obstruction between two interiors can become a psychological barrier, as well as an interesting design aspect. Just look at the space below – although it is divided into two separate quadrants, the space still seems uniquely integrated and aesthetically pleasing.