Interior Designs lend life to your home and office. Living space and office space remain empty without functionally and aesthetically-rich interiors. Interior designers employ certain interesting elements to enliven your home interiors. Mirrors, paintings, lamps, plants, rugs, pillow covers, textures, shapes, sizes, colours and positions bring magic to interiors. They work together to add elegance to your interiors.


Mirrors placed across windows reflect natural light and make the space inside room feel larger. Besides functioning as a piece art filling an empty wall space and lighting the room with natural light that falls on it, a mirror adds an exciting dimension to space as well.


Your possessions such as trays and things made of wood, acrylic and metals can be placed above luggage racks, tea carts, trunks, bedside tables and coffee tables. They add a texture and dimension nothing else can. Likewise, Art pulled out of your children’s book can go up on the walls of their rooms and bathrooms. Similarly, a hanging pot rack makes a beautiful interior design piece for your modular kitchen. Such elements dramatically add to the ambience. Plates hung on wall makes elegant wall art. You can buy them from Antique shops. Plates can be stuck to hangers that adhere to their back before you put them up on wall.


Adding plants to your living space not only enhances its beauty, but they also purify the air in the interiors. They also help balance humidity in the rooms. Plants absorb pollutants and other harmful gases floating in the air inside your house.


Your rooms look messy if you do not define the space well enough. So, that is one thing to keep in mind when you are designing your interiors. Divide your space into separate areas for specific purposes. For example, ask yourself, what area would be ideal for shoe racks, or a buffet table or sofa. Find creative ways to assign them areas in such a way that they blend beauty with function.

Brainstorm ways out to use unused spaces in your home. Push yourself to look around and identify the dead spaces in your rooms. These are spaces such as blank walls and corners that are not achieving a useful purpose. Maybe you can convert that windowsill into a workspace that can you use when you work from home. Maybe you can use the corner
space for fit in a shelf to store essentials. Maybe a basket or two can go atop your refrigerator.