If the inner space has architectural downsides, they can be balanced by using tricks to rearrange the available space.
To make the room visually more spacious, pale, cold tones must be used for the walls. Light tones look pleasant and make the place optically larger. Cold colour tones are more appropriate for this purpose than warm tones. In the basis of creating a spatial illusion lie the colour contrasts of warm and cold, light and dark. A warmer or darker colour tone would be appropriate for a warm atmosphere.
Warm colour inner space interior
Orange, brown and reddish nuances will make the atmosphere warmer and would make the room more hospitable, while darker tones would bring a feeling of cosiness and comfort. If the ceilings in the home are visually too tall, they can be made to look the desired way by being painted in a darker, warmer and paler colour. If the ceilings are low, they can be made to appear taller by being painted in paler, colder or harder colours in comparison with the walls. Another way is to draw finite vertical lines on the walls, which would direct the eye upwards, and that way the space would seem optically larger.
Minimalist bedroom interior
Architectural details, such as cornices, sills, parapets, boudoirs can also serve a purpose on bringing in harmony in the household, making the interior richer and more interesting. Colours can help separate the space symbolically into a few zones. If the wall behind the bed is painted in a darker and warmer colour, while the other are in lighter tones, the place for sleep would be separated from the rest of the room, where a crib for working, reading or doing other tasks can be established.
Minimalsit studio interior design
The effect of nuances can be used in the studio type homes. By the principle of different tonicity and depth of a particular colour, an illusion of a harmonious open space with open air space and good light conditions is created. Using the principles of spatial variations, a sense of cosiness, comfort and aesthetic outlook can be established within the confines of the household.
Text by B. Angelov