By . interior. Published at Tuesday, October 09th, 2018 - 02:04:00 AM.
Finally. it's important to consider negative space from an aesthetic perspective. Think of it this way — your design is a compilation of every single element that you decide to include in the space. as well as every single element you decide to leave out. When you include the right amount of negative space in your design. it's like striking the perfect balance between the two.
We tend to react more positively to rooms that feature plenty of negative space because they're easier for our brains to categorize. Since the openness of the space allows it's function to become perfectly clear. we're able to start appreciating design choices much sooner.Use becomes clear without clutter.They're easier to use
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.
There's a psychological basis for our reasoning. According to Gestalt Psychology. every time we enter a new space. our brains process the room as a whole first. It's only after we are able to categorize the room by its function that we're able to truly focus in on its aesthetic or the individual design elements themselves.