By Aya Latourelle. Home Design. Published at Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 15:42:02 PM.
Also important to consider is how the color temperature of the bulb will mix with the colors in the room. Warm whites cast an amber glow, suitable for cozy interior spaces, while cool light and natural light (or "daylight") bulbs cast a blue hue, appearing brighter like natural daylight which, to some, can seem harsh in the winter. The color of the light will mix with the color of the walls, flooring and furniture it lands upon – for example, blue light on yellow-hued walls creates a greenish tone, while amber light on yellow or brown-hued surroundings creates a warmer glow.
Interior designers are trained individuals with an envious talent for pulling a room together, often using things you would never imagine. They certainly have a lot to offer and are an excellent resource for those who hire them — but many of us just don’t have the budget. Here’s a secret: You can learn how to think like an interior designer. Sure, if you watch enough design shows on TV, you’ll start to get an idea. But it takes much more than those attention-capturing highlights.
Remember that design is 90 percent inspiration. While there is no scientific study to prove it, inspiration is the key to successful design. And you are lucky enough to be designing for someone that you know incredibly well — yourself. Spend some time thinking about the mood you want in your space and how to capture it.
First, curtains. It is very important to decide if we want to have them or not. If the answer is yes we should think about the color and material that they are made of. They are very important when it comes to a bedroom: they bring intimacy and specific mood. And in this case they might be heavy, quite long, in deep red color. If it is a kids room the curtains should be colorful to suit children's happy mood. In turn window in kitchen may have nice ornament from small curtains, in some food patterns perhaps, and frills.
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