Simplistic Interior Design

Ready to give your home a makeover but don’t know where to start? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Creating a nice atmosphere doesn’t really take much. Often times, people over complicate things by buying too many items. Sometimes, less is more. Check out these simple, yet elegant interior designs.

Notice the color combination and how easy the entire look is on the eyes. The yellow adds a little bit of flavor to the look while the green pillows helps give the otherwise soft colors more of an edge. When it comes to choose the right colors, it’s all about knowing which colors go well with each other and which ones don’t.

In this picture, you can see a potential space saving piece of furniture. The bed takes up a big portion of the room so by incorporating a piece that allows the bed to be tucked away when not in use, it frees up room during the day and makes your room look a lot bigger at the same time. The one shown isn’t one that can be tucked away you can get the idea by looking at the design of the bed frame. Now you just need a tanning bed and some tanning bed lotion and you’re set.

In this image, you can see how color can affect the mood of a given room. Brighter colors can make you feel more energetic while darker, cooler colors can make you feel more relaxed. You can easily achieve a similar look by buying the right color light bulbs combined with a dimmer switch.

Here’s a design that ups the innovation bar a bit. Forget the boring flat living room and opt for one that sinks below the floor to give your home a more sophisticated look. Obviously, a design like this isn’t practical for everyone and even if you had the money, the trouble of converting your living room into something like this can be a hassle but it sure does look neat.

Tired of looking a white wall? How about changing it up a little with some nice wall paper of something that will give your room a completely different look and feel? This is a fairly inexpensive way to give your home a unique and memorable look. Not into bamboo trees? There are designs on just about anything you can think of so whatever it is that puts a smile on your face, you can probably buy it from sites and stores that sell wall paper.

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