By Sandy Cuffie. interior. Published at Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - 19:47:14 PM.
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.
Home libraries that double as a home study or officeAdding a desk to a home library creates a double duty space for reading and work. To add a sense of privacy. this loft's library features a glass wall and door.Why You Need to Incorporate Negative Space in Your DesignEvery design needs negative space.
Let the colors that are present inform your palette for the rest of the space and do your best to mimic any particular aesthetic cues.Use open shelving to showcase your style. Include open shelvingLastly. embracing the open shelving trend will also afford you a unique opportunity to put pieces of your personality on display in your home.
We've given you tips on how to infuse personality into the rooms of your home because that's really just as important. Use our advice to ensure that your design feels uniquely you.Do you make a conscious effort to highlight your personality in your home? Do you have any of your own suggestions to add? If so. share them with us in the comments below.Decorating With Sage Green Is a Thing for 2018.