By Tabitha Spake. interior. Published at Friday, September 07th, 2018 - 03:35:32 AM.
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
However. that's not to say that you couldn't make a stronger statement by choosing something like a bathroom tile or kitchen backsplash.Which pattern you choose is ultimately up to you. but if you're going with something that makes a strong statement. we recommend having that be your inspiration item for the room.
You'll be surprised just how much of a difference a few small changes can make.Have we convinced you yet? Will you make a point of including negative space in your interiors from now on? Tell us in the comments.The Defining a Style Series: What Is Contemporary Design?What features make up contemporary design? Keep reading to find out.
It can be earthy and warm or cool and silvery. so go as neutral or bold as you'd like.We're giving you the green light on decorating with sage green. Here's some inspiration on how you can work with the color to freshen up your spaces!Sage green kitchensA sage green glass backsplash adds some personality to the family kitchen.