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Interior Design – 18 tips for Beginners

Interior Design – 18 tips for Beginners

Successful interior design requires a precise definition of your needs, adaptation to the spatial possibilities and… a little extravagance. How to keep moderation and still get as much out of your interiors as possible? What is the right system of patterns and colours? Why isn’t a particular style good? 

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Interior design has a long history – after all, for centuries we have attached great importance to the appearance of the space around us. Our home has been, is and will always be an opposition to a world full of dangers and chaos. Certain rules have always guided the choice and arrangement of the place of residence. It’s our our command center, where our loved ones are staying and where everyday life takes place. Although retro designs are still perfect for that it’s good to look for some alternatives

 

Even today – even though we live much faster and our everyday life is full of technology – we repeat old habits when choosing, building and arranging our flats. Once, in order to ensure a successful home, a bottle of alcohol was embedded in the wall. Today, the sense remains the same, but the bottle ends up on the table when we invite our friends and arrange a housewarming party.

 

Our houses are no longer our fortresses, but certainly remain our business cards, so when furnishing them, it’s worth remembering a few simple rules. Here are some tips with which the interior design will become a little easier, even if you have no experience in this field. 

 

  1. Interior Design from Scratch: Design and Space Planning

 

When decorating an interior, it’s worth making a clear design plan of what we want to achieve. You need to think carefully about the function of each room and clearly define you requirements. If you have enough space, it’s worth dividing the house into two zones:a  private one and a public one. When each of the household members receive their own four corners, where they can feel truly at home, it’ll be easier for us to create and take care of the common space, which will have a more representative character.

 

  1. Entrance Zone

 

Guests are most often greeted in the vestibule or hallway, so in these places we should take care of adequate lighting and sufficient space. The entrance area to the apartment should be clean and tidy. It’s good to limit the number of furniture – this way we will not allow the impression of a mess and overload. A large wardrobe, clothes rack and a shoe cabinet are enough.

 

If you have a small hallway, you can make the apartment look bigger from the entrance. Two large mirrors hung opposite to each other or two identical lamps shining with soft light will make the space seem more spacious and friendly. A good idea when arranging the entrance zone is also to use a different floor than in the rest of the house – it’ll constitute a stylistic boundary and will clearly separate this space from …