By Aleta Marcello. interior. Published at Monday, August 20th, 2018 - 13:13:47 PM.
That said. there are a few things you can do to help ensure that your design remains cohesive. Remember: above all. the space should remain functional. Make a plan for your design before you begin. and do your best to keep function at the forefront. Don't be afraid to edit as you go. If there are ever so many design elements present that it gets difficult to identify the functionality at first glance.
Try a ceiling treatmentLook up! Most builder-grade homes don't do much with the ceilings. Usually. they're simply painted white. leaving more budget for other areas and details of the home. However. adding character to your ceilings can give your home a more lived-in. custom look. Try installing decking to give your ceiling more texture. or add a ceiling medallion to bring attention to a unique light fixture.
What does color scheme have to do with layout? It's more important than you might think. Overly-complicated schemes have a tendency to make small apartments feel choppy or too busy.Focus on choosing two or three colors and incorporating them throughout the entire apartment. rather than in just one particular section.
Plus. since both paint and wallpaper are quite affordable. and application is easy to complete. this project is a simple way to create a focal point without undertaking any major renovations.Start by choosing which wall to accent. Typically. the accent wall will be the first wall you see upon entering the room: the wall that's furthest from the door.