Published at Saturday, October 27th, 2018 - 05:36:45 AM. interior By Wilbur Linton.
These spaces are more psychologically pleasing. They're more pleasing. psychologically speaking.We've all experienced the feeling of looking at a room that's so well put together it takes our breath away. It may seem as though the furniture or the color palette that was chosen is the thing to set this design above the rest. However. we'd argue that the use of negative space is what makes such a huge difference.
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.