3 Home Design Ideas You Will Love
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All aspects of a home deserve attention. Every detail within a home should tell a story, initiate conversation and/or symbolize something for the space or client. When designing a home, you need to be detail oriented. A home is a delicate place. In order for an individual to feel the most comfortable in their home, the home needs to incorporate their style, personality, and vision. Everyone needs to be in a home that brings the best out of them, but finding the right concept for you can be stressful; so, here are 3 home design ideas you will love.
"The essence of interior design will always be about people and how they live."
This home style is for people who are cultured and want their home to represent peace. In order to achieve this look, start by pulling decor items with character. Incorporate art from different parts of the world and play around with fabrics like leather, suede, linen and or fabric with patterns that represent a culture or people. Remember to select items that are rooted in culture, these items must tell a story, a story that means something to you.
The best way to achieve a classic minimal look is to start by being okay with clutter. The classic minimal look will push you to be okay with blank space, be capable of working with a selected few colors, and turn away from flashy trends. Drapes, big openings, and wide windows will help you achieve the classic minimal look easier. Cohesion is key for this look. When designing an open concept space, keep the colors and design style the same. Start with the room that is the priority, like the living room, and use it as a guide to design the other rooms in your home. Remember, when it comes to furniture, keep it simple.
This home design look is all about taking risks. A modern home doesn’t have to be about bold, expensive pieces. For this space, you want your home to embody peacefulness and serenity. In order to get the best out of your space, add textured accents and natural elements— this will draw eyes into specific areas of your home and add overall interest to the space. When it comes to the dining room, the table should not go undersigned.