By . interior. Published at Friday, June 22nd, 2018 - 21:53:46 PM.
Then. choose a middling shade (30%) for your secondary color and. finally. use pops of something bolder (10%) as your accent color.Choose dividers that let in light. Divide wiselyWhen designing your studio. you need to divide your space up somehow. That said. not all dividers are created equal. Using too many. or the wrong type. leaves your space feeling choppy. or unnecessarily cut off from the rest of the room.
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.
Ideally. it will also be a wall that doesn't have any doors or windows. so that your new accent wall really stands out. without intrusion.Don't be afraid to make a statement: accent walls are meant to be eye-catching! Now is the time to play with prints and patterns. to add a few metallic accents. or even to create a gallery wall using some family photos.
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.”