By Elvera Dobbs. interior. Published at Sunday, September 30th, 2018 - 22:43:56 PM.
Now that we've covered the psychological reasons for white space in your design. it's time to move on to the functional reasons. Put simply. these spaces are much easier to use than ones that are hampered by a lot of excess design elements.First. let's consider the flow of the room. At some point. you've probably experienced the feeling of working your way through a cluttered space.
Now that we've discussed why negative space is so important. it's time to talk about how to make it work in your own interiors. Every space is different. so the exact steps you need to take will vary. but we have a few tips to help get you started.As you put together the rooms in your home. keep the following in mind:Start with function: Functional elements like your furniture are most important. Let them form the basis of your design.
If not. leave it out.Are you ready to add negative space? Negative space is an often overlooked component of many professional-looking designs. We're here to make a case for why it should be considered a must-have. Use the post above as a reference point and. if we've convinced you to join #TeamNegativeSpace. use the tips above to add this feature to the rooms of your home.
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