Good taste in Interior Design


Good taste in Interior Design.

Be aware of the difference between good taste and bad taste can transform a space cramped and chaotic in a peaceful, organized and able to give a sense of order and balance. Read on and we will give you some examples that will help you distinguish what is right from what is wrong.

1. Don’t weight the environment. It doesn’t take much to turn a well furnished and designed in an environment that resembles the showcase of third cass shop.

Your furniture should have the function to fill your space and create one that is both attractive and functional. In each room there should be enough space to create movement and flow. A room should never make you feel tight inside of it. If this is the case then try to move or remove a piece of furniture to see if it helps. Very often this is not too much furniture, but the placement of furniture. If after you have moved one or two pieces you experience the environment as tight, then you should remove something. You’ll be surprised at the difference. Overly decorated spaces and rooms make it appear smaller space and at the same time make more difficult the movement internally.

2. Don’t try to make us get around like a pair of jeans in size too small, the furniture must fit the environment.

Too small-sized furniture will make and they’ll look unbalanced and uncomfortable environment. Unlike furniture too large will seem very narrow room. It is a good idea before you think of the new layout of the furniture, and certainly before you purchase new (sofa, table, chest of drawers, bed, etc.), be sure to measure width and depth of the environments to be aware of that you will furnish. It could be an expensive mistake.

3. Do not create clutter the secret lies in not to create disorder. In terms of accessories, less is better, as with the furniture.

A sense of balance, order, calm, flow and movement are essential for any well appointed space. When there is too much disorder creates too much distraction and order disappears. The problem can be solved easily by removing a couple of items. Take a look at what you have and split it into three categories:

A – The things that matter;

B – things that are important;

C – Those things that you can’t do without.

Remove everything you can do without. If necessary continue and remove items until you restore order and balance in environments.

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