Understanding Basic Elements Of Design

Vector 3D abstract background with paper cut shapes. Colorful carving art. Paper craft landscape with gradient fade colors. Minimalistic design layout for business presentations, flyers, postersWhen it comes to executing a home remodel or redesign, there are a number of factors to consider. For starters, sometimes finding inspiration can be a difficult process. Other things to take note of are what space or spaces you aim to treat, what goals you are wanting to accomplish, and what colors, themes, textures, and more you would like to implement. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX interior designers discuss a few basic elements of design so that when you begin your project, you will be well-equipped with how to get started.

Matching Colors and Textures

It goes without saying that there are endless limits when it comes to conceptualizing an idea. While we know that space allotted, room size, budget, and more are definite limits or parameters to a design, there are ways around these concepts that help you create a space that you will love for years to come.

While it may sound simple, considering colors and textures is a must. You see, there is an endless number of possibilities when it comes to pairing complementary colors, and knowing which ones best accentuate which textures can easily bring your design a step above the rest.

Indeed, whether you are looking to add a pop of color or would prefer to keep a space more neutral, you will not begin to experience the most you can until considering the different options that pair together. To learn more about this process and how our team can step in to help, reach out to us today to set up your first consultation.

When to Utilize Negative Space

In art, negative space is considered the area that does not contain a major element, such as a white background on a picture of a flower, or an open archway connecting a living area to a dining area. Indeed, simply filling this area can quickly make the space feel cramped, crowded, and even claustrophobic, which is why simply placing a solid component there might end up closing off a space as opposed to utilizing it.

Negative space can provide balance to a room, as well as bring the room together. This is where our team comes in to help, as we can provide our expertise and recommendations so that you can truly utilize your space to bring it to bring forward to its intended potential.

Communicating Your Overall Vision

Sometimes clients have what they want in mind, but attempting to communicate it and convey it while doing it justice can be troublesome. Fortunately, our years of practice and eye for design offer a unique resource to help you acquire the space you can call home for life.

Schedule Your Consultation

Contact Paisley House Design Interiors in Houston, TX by calling 713-463-7600 to learn more about design elements to help guide your project, and schedule your consultation with us today.