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Three Design Principles

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We can change the look of a room without resorting to major renovations. it only takes a weekend to paint the walls. And the right furniture, once we have paid for it, is easy to add. It is also not to difficult to have the timber floor re-sanded. But the real trick is to have all these elements designed to complement each other.

There are some basic principles to designing a great looking room.

A Focal Point – this is a basic principle of any design, from artworks to company logos. We need one strong anchor to lift the design. This could be dramatic wall pattern, a great lounge set, of a salient indoor plant. think of this first, and design the room around/according to the focal point.

Symmetry – This need not be geometric, because everything with mirror symmetry tends to look obvious and predictable. Symmetry can be a single colour scheme, or curves in the corners that match the curves of the furniture. A common thread in the design is a form of symmetry, and this provides a great number of possibilities.

Ideal Contrast – There is n hard and fast rule here, but contrasting heavy fabrics with linen, or pale walls with dark trim, can be very effective. This is an odd art of making things coherent and contrasting. opposing colours work well, like red and green, or creme with brown; and opposing textures work. Identical colours also work, but not clashing colours.

Timber
A timber floor is perhaps the most versatile option. This can be stained or lime washed to give anything from a pale white to a rich dark brown, or even outlandish reds and oranges. There is always a timber floor option that ranges from classical Victorian to Art Deco. An older timber floor can be re-sanded and re-stained to give the right look for any room.

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Thinking of redecorating? a re-sanded and re-coloured floor can mean a completely different room. There is no end of possibilities.

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