Interior / July 16, 2018 / Bianca Marlow.
All that means is that an object, or space as a whole, has the ability to draw attention to itself. A healthy dose of texture will makes sure that is not a problem. Remember how when we talked about color theory, we discussed how using a warm or cool color can effect how a space feels? Texture works in a similar way. Rough textures are more likely to make a space feel intimate and grounded while smooth textures bring a sleeker more aloof tone to the room.
And when you feel cute, you feel better. You can channel the different moods you want with different colors. Feel like changing your frame of mind for the better? Play around with colors when picking out your clothes, makeup and accessories. Red is the hot, crazy girl of colors, evoking powerful emotions such as fear, anger and passion.
Do not worry if this all seems new. We are here to offer you a brief primer on the importance of texture, as well as how to effectively apply its design tenants in your own home. You will be crafting complexly textured rooms in no time flat. In design parlance, it is often defined as the sensations caused by the external surface of objects received through the sense of touch.
This is precisely what did in this music room by using statement orange curtains and tangerine lamps while letting the blue and white recede to a single armchair. It ties in blue to fit in with the rest of the house. It is a huge proponent of painting things white, especially furniture. White modernizes and freshens. People are afraid of their old grandmothers found furniture, but their forms are so fabulous and remain timeless.