Managing your family space and your home is not only about having a beautiful decoration, the interior decoration is about a science that will make you make the most of your space in a harmonious way. Feeling good at home is crucial so the importance of interior decoration is growing and as such hiring a professional to manage the interior decoration of your home is something to keep in mind if you are thinking about buying a new house or proceed to the interior remodeling of your current one.
An interior professional or an architect does decoration through the well-dosed blend of elements. With this it is possible to create environments that are more than simply beautiful. Today, every environment should be enjoyed to the fullest. It is necessary to find the best relationship between design, comfort and practicality. This mission of an interior professional as per an architect who does decoration.
To create an ideal environment, the designer will also serve other indispensable devices, such as lighting design, color planning used in the environment, the most appropriate choice of furniture, accessories and decorative objects, all according to the style and with the client’s budget. There, the physical changes of the spaces, the changes of walls, the adjustments of electric and hydraulic, and so on take place. It is important to understand elements such as size and proportion of furniture, shapes and coatings, colors, fabrics, fibers, textures and lighting.
It is the coordinated combination of all these points that will promote different sensations. A good interior designproject can completely change a property according to the needs of the resident. And it is in this power that lies the importance of decoration.
It is important to ally the taste of the resident to their real needs so it is important to hire an Interior Design project. What the customer wants is not always what he needs. Therefore, the designer will listen and understand the family that will live in the residence, combining aesthetic, functional and economic factors, with optimal use of spaces.
When, we design interiors for our homes, we do not go with a theme that say, it should be Indian folk style, Scandinavian or French Country style. There can be several reasons for it, to begin with it is hard to maintain and if the entire house has that theme, it can get quite boring to live in after a while. You don’t feel the need to have that scenic perfection that tends to fade, as if you are constantly living in a hotel. No doubt, these themed interiors do have a certain appealing effect on us. There are certain restaurants we often tend to visit not just because of good food, but mostly because the interiors are comfortable, classy, everything is proper and meticulously kept to perfection with the theme. It’s this artistic work that plays on the human psychology and gives a good feeling. Just like a vacation, everything about the hotel room or the holiday home that was perfect and you had a wonderful time.
Themed homes can be difficult to maintain and have a monotonous effect on us. Although, we don’t go with specific themes, what makes home interiors fun, special and exciting is that to our sub conscious mind it is all themed in a certain way. It can be contemporary, traditional, modern, but in gestures of maybe just a wall in the living room or a bedroom.
Our Kitchens can have a certain theme, but there are always going to be more cutleries and kitchenware that do not blend in but needed. So, in this journey of creating something new, perhaps with a theme in mind that can give your home a refreshing look for a longer time.
It comes with small steps- it can be your balcony, you can have the Tuscan themed balcony. It sure will add as an excellent feature to your home. You can create the French Country Style theme bedroom wall that has soft colour with portraits or painting above the headboard or a popular favourite now is the black and white contemporary styled His ‘n’ Her bathrooms. Each one has its own theme and yet, there is a truth to the individuality to the interiors of your house that has been crafted into your home.
So, if you are looking for a refreshing touch to the interiors of your home, try this trend of themed walls. It might just be what you are looking for.
This summer, if you have decided to invest in a holiday but at the same time would like to indulge in some changes to your home interiors. Then, why not invest in some DIY activity. This is a great way to keep the kids at home occupied as well during the hot, sunny afternoons. It will not only tap into their talent of art, painting and creativity but at the same time give a good new look to your home.
Below, you will find a video of some affordable, yet simple DIY’s. That can be a great addition to your home this summer.
The new generation, is not about the rules and regulations of religious beliefs (no offense to those who believe and follow) but majority are more into positive energy. It is more about getting that positive vibe, when you leave home for work in the morning, the good positive feeling when you return after a long day of work. It is believed that colors do play a major role in emitting positive energy or, just a placing certain furniture in a certain way.
It is a growing trend to keep wind chimes at certain windows, while keeping certain show piecesand not painting walls of a particular color. Now, while my colleague believes that yellow color in the wall at the entrance of her home emits positive energy to her family and the people who visit her home. My friend believes purple is lucky as per her star sign. I have found that different people have different needs, beliefs and each need to be prioritized and respected.
While colors work for some, for others it is more about the furniture placement along with combining different styles of furniture that is urban latest. On a recent stay at a holiday home, I fell in love with the way the place was styled – so chic, urban and yet had that gentle emit of classic, rustic look. I kept thinking the entire time it was the combination of old and new that gives this place classy, comfy yet urban modern look. During a brunch conversation with the owner, my curiosity got me a very interesting topic to do a bit of research on. The 70’s stylewooden chairs in the portico, the early 1900’s wall light fixtures in the bedroom, the rose wood cupboards polished and shining. You could tell they were a few decade old but classic designs. The bed, the dresser, the flooring everything looked very up to date and urban. The owner had mentioned that it was her way of keeping positivity by not getting rid of the furniture, light fixtures of the older generation. Of course, not every item will stay beyond a certain time but what can be retained. It was more about the Mix ‘n’ Match of classic style with the urban.
At Flapto, its these needs and beliefs that are given a heeding ear and we respect and make sure that whatever style helps bring positivity in your homes. Our experts will do that for you interiors.
There was a time when people referred to interiors with the artistic taste of the woman of the house. Over time, it became more about mirroring a lifestyle and keeping up with the trend. No doubt, in that bargain we got some very good interior designs for our homes. But it is the day and age where it is more about comfort and style in the right blend. It can be a simple bachelor pad which is not only comfortable for the person living in but also speaks of a classic sense of style or displays the urban lifestyle of a workaholic man.
With all the new designs for each season, most of us love our houses, bachelor pads, apartments, condos to look stylish in every season be it summer, winter or monsoon. But as a working girl, as much as I would love my house to look meticulously stylish, my concern would be more on, will I be able to maintain it with my busy schedule. None of us would want to spend consistently on cleaning and maintenance.
To keep all these concerns as a priority I did find myself looking into some basic yet interesting new designs of wardrobe for my bedroom and cabinets for my kitchen. Basically, it was the simple new rug in my living room and the new set of cushion covers that are good to make a style statement all year round but also give my room a whole new look and feel within the budget.
So, if you are looking to style up your home and have comfort, budget and style as the outline of this change then remember, it’s these small, stylish changes that can make your house feel like home. Simple designs always tend to redefine comfort and style.