Dream Homes in Mumbai
Home interior designers work dedicatedly to bring out the best from the rooms and spaces available in a home. The most important room in any house is the bedroom as one spends more than one-third of their lifetime in the bedroom. The bedroom is a place of privacy and intimacy and the comfort and quality of sleep determines one’s overall health. Thus, it is very important to feel contented, happy and cozy in the bedroom.
While, not everyone can afford to hire an interior designer to come into their home, guiding all their design decisions. Some of us want to be the ones who make our own design decisions, using our own individual style and preferences.
How real estate developers & companies help you
Getting a property, for home or office use, is one of the most emotional decisions you can make because a real estate transaction is more than just purchasing or leasing a building. When real estate developers and professionals collaborate with interior designers to create imaginative environments, it translates to a relationship that makes your purchasing decision far easier as you won’t have to re-imagine an empty space. Many ongoing residential projects in Mumbai by MICL Group have been undergoing this process in recent times. So here are the few tips that can help you transform the way your house looks.
1. Colour Schemes: Use Three Colours or Shades
You need to choose a colour scheme for your home, which is the first step of the whole process. Colour is so personal and creates moods within us that inspire. No matter what, choose the colours that call out to you. Let’s say you choose a colour combination of brown, teal and tangerine. A shade of brown would probably be the wall colour, teal may be the colour you choose for accent chairs or an accent wall, and tangerine could be the colour you pull out in pillows and accessories. This formula of three colours works in any combination. Just remember, three is better than one or two, as a room done in one colour is boring. Yes, you can have an all-white room but with three shades of white.
2. Add Texture to Your Home
Equally important to colour, is texture — especially if you crave a single-colour scheme such as all-white or all-grey. A room at first glance can seem like a single-colour scheme, but if you look closely you will notice shades within the same colour and plenty of texture via fabrics/textiles.
3. Use decorative mirrors to add instant light to your living space
As seen above, mirrors can also be used to make a small space feel larger. For larger rooms, or any room with a more limited amount of natural light, mirrors placed directly across from the windows, will add instant light. Decorative mirrors can also be used in lieu of art to fill empty wall spaces. Large or small, mirrors add light and dimension to your living space.
Doing up the interiors of your home is a long process that requires a lot of thought put into it and sometimes also required the help of a professional. Either way, your home is an extension of your personality so one must be keen to design and decorate it accordingly. For those who want to do it up by themselves, they can find plenty of inspiration online.