A big welcome to all our readers and it’s been quite a while. Let’s add some flavour with our new article which is all about colours and its relations to home interiors. So, let’s get started.
Why should I waste money over colours for my home interiors?
Well, to some degree it seems to be a legit question that can be justified with a valid answer. In our Indian context, owning a house is a dream for many. For many, it is the investment of their lifetime and form of settlement. A house is your own warm space. It’s your nest to rest and spend family time.
Just think for a second when you look at the walls and the lighting system, don’t you feel that something is lacking? Here are some observations from our Indian home interiors :
-   Inappropriate colour selection for the interiors
-   Lack concept of space
-   Furniture and upholstery looks too heavy
-   Lack of natural light and ventilation.
You don’t get a touch of attractive paint everyday.So, it’s not a bad idea bending towards some grand and warm interiors. It does not matter how big or small a house is. What’s crucial is how well have you managed to get an awesome interior design job done.
Colours and light play a significant role
Let us begin by visualizing different sections of a house :
-   Living room / drawing room / hall
-   Childrens bedroom
-   Master bedroom
-   Colours affect our mood and the way we think. Warm colours such as shades of orange, yellow, brown and tan create more sense of light, even if your house is built on a limited space. It is important to maintain a balance between light and the objects around. A simple wrought iron chair or sofas would do really well in a limited space. Natural light makes the house even brighter. Get some good pieces of art framed on the walls.
-   Adopt plants in the drawing area and in the balcony if possible.
-   Get the external walls of your house coating of warm white paint (preferably), which reflects sunlight thus keeping the interiors cool.
-   If opting for stripes for the interiors, then opt for vertical patterns, since vertical patterns generate an illusion of more space.
-   Light shades of yellow and teal go well with the walls throughout the house.
-   Keep the children's bedroom limited to bright colours (blue, sap green or white) and the master bedroom can boast shades of brown, red.
-   Kitchen is one unique corner that needs some attention as well. It’s from here that the love is served. One is free to incorporate a tan / brown and white combination. Add a potted ornamental plant to add more beauty to the kitchen space.
-   For bathroom shades of blue, white and green are the most preferred. Keep the hardware in the bathroom as simple as possible, which is easy to operate.
-   It’s always advisable to avoid extremities of colours such as purple, violet, red, maroon, dark blue in halls and living areas. (at the end of the day it’s your personal choice).
-   Avoid heavy furniture if the space is already restricted in any part of your house.
-   Do not keep the main doors shut at all times. Leave them open with a bright coloured curtain.
-   In the kitchen, make sure that the tiles used for flooring are not slippery and any liquid spilled is easily visible.
-   Place heavy chandeliers everywhere in the house.
-   Restrict the use of excessive glass.
Finally, your dream house is complete with appealing colours and looks
You will only get to know the difference once you get your sweet and cute home decorated well with nice colours and accessories. A good interior design is beyond money. It’s about creating harmony amongst you and the natural elements. Wait! Are you already thinking of buying a lovely home in Hyderabad? Then, why not reach out to Srihi Infra, the leading name in the field of real estate, who are well known for their luxurious villas and open plots in Hyderabad. For more details you can always interact with them on +91900068888 or www.srihiinfra.com.
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