4 ways to make your interior design flow better


It is always great to have a revamp and redesign of your home, but not every living space is appropriate for a complete overhaul. Sometimes there are little touches that you can do in order to make things flow will better, add some life, and reinvigorate the space. In this article will take a look for ideas that work; ideas that are tried and tested, and can work for you too.

Use a focal point

Any living space is great to have a centrepiece; a focal point. In the living room fireplace and TVs make perfect centre points that attract attention and really can enhance the feel of the whole room. Make sure that you do use a focal point in the living room. It provides your eyes somewhere to settle and relaxes the mind by stopping your eyes jumping around the room. The flow of the room will then centre on the focal point providing a comfortable experience that feels like home. Simple decor and equality focal point can make a huge difference to a room. In a kitchen you can remove all the clutter with fitted cupboards. You can get fitted kitchens in Essex, for example, for really good prices these days. Check out the fantastic uncluttered space and focal point work area in the above kitchen from Unique.

Use mirrors


The oldies are always the best and mirrors are certainly one idea that have repeatedly passed the test. Mirrors increase the amount of light in a room and also help grooms feel bigger. On smaller walls you could choose to use a round mirror rather than a rectangle. Consider ornate, decorative frames to match the theme of your living space. Mirrors really can help the transition between rooms and to create better looking smaller living spaces.

Getaways and entrance ways clear


A massive faux pas that many people make is cluttering hallways and entrance spaces. This really can impede the flow of energy through a house and undermine the whole design and feel of the living spaces. De-clutter and open up the spaces. Even small spaces can be made to feel larger using mirrors and by ridding them of everything that doesn’t need to be there. Clean, clutter free areas should be the norm for your house, but particularly so for these crucial transition pathways. Fitted wardrobes are a great way to get everything in big corridors hidden away. For some great fitted wardrobes it is well worth taking a look at Unique who are fitted furniture specialists based in Essex that have a great reputation.

Get a new rug


A new rug is a fantastic way to freshen up a room. A rug can also pull together a living space to make it feel its own, within the overall living space of an area. Consider putting a rug under Sofas and a coffee table in a lounge area to separate it. In this way you anchor and frame the space. We are built to see boundaries and rugs can create the illusion of a boundary that really pulls a space together and gives it an intimate feel. The Colour of the rug can also help to pull together the overall colour palette of a room and enhance the theme.

There are lots of ways you can improve the look and feel of your house without spending lots of money or doing a massive overhaul. Before above are simple but really do make a difference. A lick of paint and a few changes can transform your living spaces. In London, and in most areas, there are a plethora of options for getting fitted furniture; Essex, Hampshire, Lancashire, or wherever you are based. There are also loads of places to get great accessories, and everything you need. Shop around and be creative.

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