When people enter a room, the first thing that most notice is the main shade. They can tell instantly if the shade appeals to them. While some find comfort in the room the longer they spend in it, some are left unsatisfied with the feel of the room. The shade and the style of the room may be superbly done, but maybe the small things that help make up its interior design are missing, which consequently render the whole room just short of achieving its full potential. Indeed, details are important. They may not be the first things people see in the room, nevertheless they make the interior design more interesting.
Details, such as the trimmings of a bed sheet, the intricate carvings on the legs of a side table, the flower prints of throw pillows, and the colour of light switches and power outlets, make interior designs more satisfying and feel more human. They are not as important as the furniture and equipment in the room, such as the queen-sized bed in a girl’s bedroom, the dining table in the breakfast room, and the leather sofa in the living room. Nonetheless, without them, people won’t feel exactly connected with the design of the room.
The weight of details in interior design is sadly often dismissed. People are inclined to spend time with the shade, the theme, and the furniture since those have immediate effect on them. But when it comes to the details of the interior design of a home or establishment, they just find them too bothersome to pay attention to, which results in forgetting or completely abandoning the details. But the look of an interior design depends partly on small details.
Say for example when planning a condo interior design. The overall design is faultless and there’s even harmony of styles in every room of the place. The shades of the walls invoke the appropriate ambience, and the furniture strike up a sense of balance. Still, the condo feels foreign to its occupants even after some time. The whole place has superb style, but it somehow doesn’t achieve the full potential of its interior design. That’s probably because there aren’t appealing details that can enhance the overall feel of the design.
Though they aren’t apparent, details make the interior design more appealing. The engraved prints of a wall paper are not the first things people see. They notice the shade of the walls instead. But the beauty of the walls seems lacking without that tiny detail. The interior design of a place is enhanced by details so they should be given adequate planning as well.
Author: Kate FreemanThis author has published 2 articles so far.