By Karleen Scheffler. interior. Published at Thursday, June 07th, 2018 - 09:03:03 AM.
Doing so will keep your design more visually interesting and prevent it from feeling too one-note.The last step in this process is bringing all of the pieces together in a cohesive arrangement. Take note of how. in the photo. the décor elements are arranged into distinct groupings. Feel free to play around with your items and try grouping them by various numbers. heights. and directions.
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.
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.
If you're converting a guest room. a sofa or futon with a pullout bed could work as seating and a guest bed.A desk (optional): If you want your home library to double as a study or workspace. consider adding a desk. if space allows.A ladder (optional): Depending on the height of your shelving. a library ladder is an awesome design feature that's also functional.