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Title: Six Important Principles of Home Interior Design- by NS Designs

6 Most Important
Principles to Go a Long Way
  • Some people are born with a great eye for
    decorating or design. Others learn the skill and
    are able to apply it successfully. And then there
    are the rest of us. If you don't have much of a
    knack for design, here is the list of few basic
    techniques can go a long way.

Follow the Principles
Basics of Interior Design
Interior design is the process of shaping the
experience of interior space, through the
manipulation of spatial volume as well as surface
treatment. Not to be confused with interior
Unity Harmony
This is not to say that all interior design
elements should be the same but they should work
together and complement each other to strengthen
the whole composition. A way to create this
theme or storyline is with the well considered
use of color. Color schemes in general are a
great way to unify a collection of spaces.
Consider Negative Space First
For architectural designs, the negative space is
the area that's not taken up by any subject. Most
commonly, this is the white area on your walls.
Its tempting to fill every space with a subject,
but sometimes, the negative space speaks for
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Follow Odd Numbers Rule
You might already be familiar with the rule of
thirds for photography. The basic idea of the
rule is that details and objects that are
arranged or grouped in odd numbers are more
appealing, memorable, and effective than
even-numbered pairings.
Focal Point
Interior designs biggest enemy is boredom. A
well-designed room always has, depending on the
size of it, one or more focal points. A focal
point must be dominant to draw attention and
interesting enough to encourage the viewer to
look further.
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Transition tends to be a smoother flow, where the
eye naturally glides from one area to another.
The most common transition is the use of a curved
line to gently lead the eye, such as an arched
doorway or winding path.
Another important element of interior design
where it is necessary to take infinite pains is
details. As color expresses the whole spirit and
life of a scheme details are just as an
important underpinning of interior design.
Details should not be obvious but they should be
right, enhancing the overall feel of a room.
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