By Sheryl Pilkington. interior. Published at Wednesday, July 04th, 2018 - 11:06:47 AM.
White might be bright. but bringing color in always adds more character.Your new builder-grade home probably doesn't need a full renovation. In fact. the last thing you want after the building process is to add major projects to the list of things to do. However. you can try small fixes to make what may seem like a generic home more interesting.
On the other. there's no reason for function to override aesthetics. The following design techniques help you achieve the best of both worlds. They're our favorite tips for creating a space that truly works for you. no matter how small it may be.Keep the color scheme cohesive. Limit the color scheme
This helps tie your entire studio together in a way that's very easy for the eye to process. It also helps the overall design feel more cohesive.As always. you should follow the 60-30-10 color rule. When working with such limited square footage. we highly suggest having your dominant shade (60%) be a neutral color. in order to open up the space as much as possible.
Don't do your design a disservice! Each section of your open concept layout serves a distinct purpose. Your goal should be making each section of your space feel like a room unto itself. even if there aren't any walls or doors for separation.It doesn't take much to transform a design from “strictly functional” to “purposefully designed.”