Updated: Oct 30
Have you ever thought about your interior space? How you might work from home? Or stay at home with all your children and spouse, stuck at home during this Covid-19 pandemic? How to cope in this New Norm 2020?
Welcome to our first blog space! Architectural & Interior design is all about sharing...sharing of ideas, learning and improving through your mistakes, experience, peers, critics and more. Here, we share with you design ideas of interior space to help you (not only architects/interior designers) to cope with this pandemic!
Free-styling with Space-Saving Furniture and Design Ideas
We find ourselves spending close to 90% of our time inside a building, especially during this pandemic. Where we may find ourselves, sort of being "trapped" inside our own house with partial or full lockdown, or even work from home order from local authorities or government.
This is a good video to watch by The VELUX Group about Indoor Generation
"In 160 seconds you will decide how the story ends..."
In most cases, we neglected the importance of how we design our interiors, either is for our own home or work place, restaurant or even hotel rooms... We learnt from our parents that your daily habits and self-discipline or your inner character are the fundamentals of shaping us and our future. A good solid foundation can even shaped the world!
So...…. why aren't we paying more attention towards architectural & interior design?
Creating Your Own Safe Haven
Often so, we failed to understand the importance of planning the interior space. For architects and interior designers, it may come naturally as we have gone through years of training in undergraduate or post-graduate courses, either abroad or locally.
Working with Spaces
Design won't save the world. But it damn sure will make it looks good.
Plan and carve out how you want your space to be.
2. Plan Your Storage
Allocate > sort > tidy > #organize
3. Keep it minimal
Less is more, more is less. The "design recipe" here is in the detailing. #Simplicity is the ultimate Elegance.
4. Color Scheme
Choose your color wisely - create your own color palette. Just remember to have #FUN in mix matching!
Have fun in material selection, the aim is to create a balance in all #design selection.
6. Empty Space
Select furniture with form and function - of course relevant to your décor
~ Kelly Wearstler