Living Room Design Ideas
When we talk about living room interior decor, it consists of multiple key elements that include furniture, wall decor, False Ceiling, lighting, flooring, artifacts, rugs usage and more. Choosing an appropriate color combination for living room is not an easy job as interior designer needs to complement color with other areas of the house.
2018 would be year of evolution rather than revolution but what will still constitute a revolution in interior designing within evolution would be integration of home automation and artificial intelligence in interiors which would deliver a "SMART HOME"
Usability or functional designs have always been core and basic to interior designing although very often ignored by various designers. New age technology would not spare any degree of margin to ignore it now as smart lighting, smart electrical, wireless intelligent speakers, heating, air conditioning, TVs, computers, entertainment audio & video systems, security, and camera systems are capable of communicating with one another and can be controlled remotely by a time schedule.
Bed Room Design Ideas
To arrange a latest styled bedroom, consider these tips and reveal the beautiful design potential of your space!
Place Your Bed in the Center of a Wall. If it has to be offset then please consider usability of remaining space to even out.
Put Your Dresser in Your Closet.
Place Your Rugs Carefully.
Get Creative With Storage.
Sketch It Out.
Use Neutral white lights (4000 kelvin) in ceiling for best light effects.
Potraits with highlighting led lights adds finesse to the decor.
Use light shade paints. color can be added with hue of accessories.
Latest Color Trends
We have to be very careful in choosing color of the decor of each and every individual corner of home as two great colors cannot necessarily create a overall decor rather it can collectively kill the entire look.
For subtle and soothing look:
You can choose to stay within the same shade and use a monochromatic approach such as select a variety of shades of blue for subtle color that tends to be soothing. This tends to look good in a bathroom or a bedroom if you want the feeling of calmness. Just choose your favorite color and overlap the shades. For example, select a darker color for the wall and then another in the same color scheme but different shade and slightly lighter for the trim. Your curtains, towels or bedding as well as accessories such as candles can be varying shades within the same scheme. You can also layer the colors by selecting a lighter green as the basecoat and then do a faux paint with a darker green overlay.
Light color choices such as blues, lavenders, pinks and soft yellows are great choices for a romantic feeling of tranquility and restfulness in a room. If you are looking for a calm ambience in your bedroom, choose lighter shades of either cool or warm colors. Use different textures in your bedding and accessories to make the room even more appealing. Don’t hold to the old rule of one shade and one texture. You will be pleasantly surprised at the effects just changing textures and colors can have on a room.
Colors such as sage can turn a kitchen quickly into one of comfort and shades of buttery yellows in a kitchen will lend to that feeling baked goodies brings. Shades of powdery blue also tend to yield feelings of tranquility.
For an elegant look:
Neutral colors offer elegance and flexibility within a room. Neutral colors are no longer simply white or beige. You can turn a simple living room into one of elegance by selecting varying shades of neutral colors such as almond walls with red toned browns on the trim. You can also add splashes of color throughout the room with a color throw, pillow or vase carefully placed to offset the subtle neutral tones in the room. Again, don’t be afraid to add texture to your accessories. Neutral colors allow you more flexibility in quickly changing the feel to a room. You can easily change the feel of a neutral room by adding different colored accessories or painting the trim a new color. You can choose either lighter or deeper neutral colors and vary the look of the room. Remember, the lighter color you go, the more spacious the room will appear. Varying shades of rust, mahogany or garnet will offer instant elegance and a feeling of earthiness and richness.
For a vibrant look:
For vibrant look as in bohemian designs, choose vibrant colors and their respective shades such as oranges and gold, reds and dark purples. You can complement these colors by selecting a two next to each other such as gold and orange and one from the opposite side of the color wheel such as purple. You can also select black and red for a real stand out contrast and look that is reminiscent of an Oriental look. Choose two colors next to each other on the color wheel for a visual contrast as one will stand out from the other.