Making The Most Out Of Your Space

Home interior mock-up with blue sofa, wooden table and decor in blue living room, 3d renderIn an ideal world, an open space or room would be viewed as a canvas with which you can achieve the desired function and appearance you are aiming for. Indeed, this notion would make a good interior design much more straightforward and simpler to achieve. In reality, however, no one room is created the same as another and sometimes you have to make do with the space that you were allotted. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX designers discuss the beauty behind limitations in space and design, as well as how you can make the most out of limited space.

When Less is More

Nearly everyone has been at that point in their life: you have a riveting concept and a vision you want to come to life, but the room you have allotted to accomplish this goal does not quite fit the bill. It could be that the space itself is too small, or it could be that based on the layout of the space itself the concept may not be as eye-catching as you might have hoped. In situations such as these, it is important to keep a few design tips in mind.

When dealing with a smaller area than what you envisioned, a good rule of thumb is that less is more. Indeed, a common mistake that some may become victim to is overcrowding a space to ensure that your vision is recognized. The problem here is that often too quickly, a room can appear cluttered or as if there is too much going on, thus taking away from the design overall.

Making an effort to strategically plan out the space and only utilize elements that are necessary to your vision can go a long way. What’s more, having the experience and advice of an interior designer can help you achieve this goal much more easily.

Complementary Colors

Another important factor to consider when making the most of an area is just how much of a role complementary colors can play. The concept of utilizing white space is an excellent way to adhere to the less is more mindset, but adding a splash of a complementary color can really bring a room together. Whether you are looking to make a bold statement through contrast or add a subtle accent, the chemistry between two shades can work wonders.

Bringing Your Room Together

At the end of the day, the goal is to bring your vision to life with character, and that is exactly what we are dedicated to doing. A family history can play a rich role in your home, and knowing how to utilize minimal amounts of space and grand concepts conjointly reflects the atmosphere and feeling you are aiming to embody.

Learn More Today

To learn more about making the most out of the area you have, reach out to Paisley House Design Interiors in Houston, TX by calling 713-463-7600 to get started today.