It doesn't matter if the apartment is a furnished apartment or not, you can still inject life and your personal style into it. You may compromise on space if the apartment is cramped, but you don't have to compromise on style! Here's some advice on how to create the ultimate apartment.
Limit the color scheme
Color schemes are enormously important in apartment design. An over complicated scheme can make the apartment look riotous.
Choose two or three colours and utilize them throughout the apartment. This helps in tying the design of the entire apartment together. The end process is eye catching and makes the entire design more cohesive.
As always, consider employing the 60-30-10 rule. The rule uses three colour families to add balance and depth to a room. 60% of the colour should come from the dominant wall colour; 30% from furniture, texture and lighting, and the remaining 10% is flexible space to play around with.
Using apartment walls to display art and Personalised Poster wall frames is a decor trend that has stood the test of time and for good reason. They make large, barren walls look powerful, beautiful and full of character. This saves you time and money from painting the walls while adding personality.
There are no hard and fast rules in displaying art but it is important to keep things cohesive.
An apartment can be splendid because every item is in balance and harmony with each other. It can also look excellent when one awesome piece steals the show. The goal is to furnish the apartment with pieces you love. Make one of them the focal point and build everything else around it.
You can also use the statement piece as a guide to styling a room. For example, using complimentary tones with a statement piece that has a solid colour makes the piece pop.
It is no surprise that window treatments add remarkable interest to an apartment. Picking the right one is all about your style, the available space and meeting your functional needs.
There are many options to choose from ranging from curtains to drapes to valances.
Curtains, for example, should be in every apartment. They add a homely touch, especially when put together with carefully chosen decorative pieces.
Create visual height
Does something feel “off” about one of the rooms in your apartment? A simple reason may be that the space may be a little heavy on the low-end. To correct this, the visual weight might need adjusting. You can create a more sophisticated room by relocating certain design details to different locations in the room such as high up on walls.
To achieve this, use anything that shifts the eyes toward the ceiling. Here are some ideas to get you started:
- Use vertical shelving.
- Use a room divider.
- Hang a vertical mirror in strategic positions.
- Create vertical storage by hanging things from the wall.
- Use a hanging light fixture as a statement piece.
Use clever space-saving techniques With creative space-saving, a spatially challenged home can become a little slice of heaven. Including multifunctional furniture saves you ample space, money and look awesome.
Reducing the furniture doesn't mean reducing your creative imagination. Add some soft furnishings like cushions and handmade rugs to enhance its elegance.
Don't do the space a disservice. Ensure every section of the house serves a particular purpose. You can allow each distinct section to feel like a room unto itself. It requires just a little creativity to transform a strictly functional design into a purposeful one.
Creating an ultimate apartment can be a daunting task but with a little planning and inspiration, it can be both functional and attractive.