Monday, March 14, 2011

Resources and methods for achieving a unified interior appearance

Between the furniture elements and the interior architecture of a building we need to have a close stylistic and artistic connection. In the arrangement of the home it should be considered the role of the furnished room. We also must meet the condition not intersect with navigation lines. At second place is the condition all the furniture to be designed in one style. The style of furniture in the set of functional, structural and ornamental features which are characteristic and unifying them.

The overall appearance of a house can be achieved by cleverly combining colors. Color decision gives finished appearance of the room and its harmonious balance. The materials also significantly affect the overall appearance of the rooms. Using one type of material, or combinations of several materials in furniture, leading to a comprehensive, a unified appearance. The purpose of arranging a home is to achieve a balanced composition. The interior of the modern home has decorative value. Light is considered one of the most important components of the interior. In the construction of interior we must found for common form building system in all the main elements of composition. Interior space is enclosed by three types of surfaces: floors, walls (with window openings and doors) and ceiling. They are also the main surfaces for coloring at home. Wrapping space surfaces are dependent on each other and must be constructive and artistic unity. The decision of the ceiling could be very different. It may be flat and smooth, arched with visible structures, suspended, etc. Its appearance affects the shape of the walls and flooring. Greater or lesser articulation of the walls also affects the volume space composition. Highly dismembered walls require a simple-shaped ceiling, and vice versa, rich dissected ceiling should be contrasted with calm, smooth-cut parts and walls.

Especially important for the interior is the artistic side of arranging. Artistic qualities depend on the style of the era, from the use of the building and premises in it, the size of rooms, lighting, furniture, etc. Manifestation and highlighting the predominant size creates a sense of depth to the room. The main tool is the actual resizing of depth. The maximum glazing of the front wall of the room connects it with the environment and increases the optical depth. Through the appropriate articulation of the longitudinal walls, we create the "front" and "back" plan, in some cases may be highlighted the depth. Also the emphasis on horizontal lines along the long axis, causes visual guidance in depth.


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