Everything seems easy from afar but once you start doing it practically is when you realize that it all takes a little too much effort. There is a reason why there are experts in every field. Same is the case with the Perth interior designers; they know tips and tricks that utilize the space perfectly and make it seem aesthetically pleasing. Now it doesn’t take a professional interior designer to know some of the mistakes, that one needs to avoid while decorating their space, they are as below:
Lacking the intended focal point
Lighting is a crucial part of interior designing and we need to find the focal point of the space which means that we need to see that while entering the area, what is the first part of the space that the person sees. That point needs to have a great balance of light and the interior designer needs to play with the right amount of light and shadow at that point. This will lead the eye flow and then direct the eye to move around. Generally, people create a clutter or add too many focal points leaving the eye distracted. Avoiding this mistake can do wonders!
Buying paints before fabric and furniture
It is usually very easy to find the right paints than to find the right furniture and its fabric. Nevertheless, colour will always be one of the most important decisions in the designing process. Not only is painting the most time consuming but it’s also the most permanent of all your decisions. A couch can easily be moved but paint is another story. Be sure to pick the best furniture for your room and the house and then move on to finalize what paints to shortlist. Matching paint to the furniture is a lot easier than it will be the other way round.
Adding mirrors to the closed spaces
For spaces that lack the outside view, achieving the vibe of having extra area can regularly be troublesome however fortunately mirrors can assist you with having a similar impact such as the windows. Placing a large piece of mirror on the wall can immediately add more space to the room. Even though they may not provide view to the outside world they can break up wall space in an aesthetically pleasing way.
To add more space, framed mirrors can be placed over fireplaces, hang mirrors on your bathroom vanity walls and group mirrors together for visual interest.
Hence, mirrors can definitely make a space look brighter and larger. If you live near a park, river or an open view, you can place the mirror near the window so that the trees, water and open skyline can be seen from the inside too.
By avoiding these mistakes, we can set up the house in the right manner and once we are a professional with all this designing, we may as well be able to help other people around. Also helping others teaches you better as to what shall we avoid and what impact it will have on our productivity when it comes to interior designing.