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Interior designs have evolved into stylized dogma as well as self expression. It is then is added with embellishment like minerals and metals and for a more with the nature, the fauna and flora is reflected in the plants placed indoor, the wall papers and the fabric prints. People have become decisive as well as abandon free. Bangalore seems to have the entire gamut of needs covered to redo or freshly design the interiors of your brand new place.
The minimalist theme is self explanatory it goes with less is too much. Very neat lines are employed and the furniture paired is to complement with angularity. Symmetry is applied extensively in Minimalist themes. The walls are kept neutral in keeping with simplistic infusion of art and expertise. Here in the featured picture is an upholstered sectioned sofa, along with the angular block-board center table, and the patterns on the floor mat too, are angular. The display is kept to the minimum. The wall hangings are symmetrical and replicated to maintain the theme. There is no layering and the Television unit too is angular and the wall color is kept neutral with beautiful floral wall frames.
This theme encourages the choices you make, allowing you to retain your favorite pieces of furniture, which you want to keep and preserve, a piece of your, self expression. You can blend that with new ones, there are really no rules here except to keep it aesthetically pleasing. While there may be many features in the coordinates, like setting period furniture with contemporary ones, or setting period furniture set in a contemporary room and considering wall textures, for such a setting, it still can be done. There are simple rules like a color scheme you must employ. Use the color wheel and that will give you a fair idea on how to contrast, but every color has a broad range and you may have to depend on expert advice here or keep the walls neutral, which is what a lot of specialized interior designers do. The wall colors are really important, because based on that you will decide, will influence the patterning, paneling, what we need to remember is that the wall color needs to either complement or contrast with the skirting and flooring. Next we need to consider the elements like lighting, when we say lighting; we include the natural light as well as and the electrical options and then put them all together. If there is a lot of natural light then you could go with neutral walls and bright contrasts and highlights as natural light tends to pair well with those elements.
Use of Minerals and Metals
There seems a trend toward using minerals and metals. Among the mineral onyx, quartz and agate are trending. Minerals are used in their natural form as showpieces and also used as inlay work to enhance ornamentation. Among metals, there seems to be a mix and match of more than one metal. Earlier people would go with steel or silver or bronze but in the current fancies all metal are used as complements or contrast.
This theme is very refreshing, it has always been there, but currently more trending, because the whole world requires the green look to calm nerves and not feel cooped up in a concrete jungle, of what our cities have come to be. The view from most Indian homes in cities and towns are not very endearing, therefore the inside out theme allows the green plants with exotic and charming planters to be brought into the home, and refresh the atmosphere. Wooden lattice is used to partition and provide privacy on patios, balconies and rooftops. The inside out theme can employ a neutral wall color with a contrasting wall for highlight. The featured picture has artifacts and paintings depicting nature. The lamps too are tulip shades, and the two white cylindrical planters create balance. The floor mat is coordinated with the wall hangings, gives a sunshine effect reflecting the theme.