14
Apr

Great tips for residential interior design

A residential house serves more individual based purposes and thus seeks design preferences that are tailored from interest of the individual that will be residing in the premise. Unlike in business premises that accommodate many and different people daily, a residential house may be hosting the same people for a considerable lengthy period. It might therefore require for specific design in dimensions, color and theme effects depending on the number of members expected to be residents.

The sitting room requires diverse considerations compared to bedrooms. This room will host persons of all kinds and ages. The color accorded to the walls will require being of average contrast while the pictures embedded must not arouse feelings that conflict age interests. More so, carpeting must be in accordance with the family set up where a family with children will equip with carpets that are dull, supplemented with dolls and pets otherwise an adult sitting room may be facilitated with exotic pictures and color mood. Nonetheless, the occupants set up are prone to change from time to time and thus the room should be change compatible to suit the current needs.

A bedroom however plays a different role which should cater for maximum relaxation, privacy and comfort. The room is therefore small compared to the sitting room and decorated avoiding shouting colors. The lighting system is made dimmer while other features such as clothing racks and wardrobes are incorporated in the rooms. Most importantly, bedrooms should only be fitted in accordance with the interest of the persons using them. Differently, kitchens are designed to allow for free movement and efficiency in use of different facilities incorporated in the rooms. In their case, the washing sinks, fridges and cooking source are erected strategically to allow for easy access and convenience in use.