Design Basics
To Consider While Decorating
If you’re designing the interiors of a new home, and this is your first time, there are many things that are easy to overlook. These may create imbalance and disruption in the aesthetic, or even cause trouble with maintenance and rework which will cost extra. Design is a product of function, form and expression and must be the result of a careful planning process. Get it right from scratch with these ace tips from the most promising interior designers in Bangalore. Keeping these pointers in mind will help you plan and design your dream home more effectively.
Flooring First

Always start with the flooring. Make sure you don’t choose too many different materials, this makes it hard to maintain. Choose darker colors for areas expecting activity and staining. Waterproof materials in certain areas saves a world of seepage and damage to the walls and other parts of the floor.

Let the walls do the separation
Very often people make the mistake of visioning different rooms separately. This results in a disconnect from one room to another. The idea is to have a visual identity for the entire house, over which each room can have accents of different themes, in keeping with the overall tone.
Lighting and paints together

When selecting your wall colors, it is very important to consider the space, texture and most importantly lighting! Paints can appear very different depending on these other factors. It is also very important to test the paint on a section of a wall before painting.

Never shop on impulse

Buying furniture in a haste often results in an offset in the space of the room. Furniture either too big or too small can create discomfort both visual and physical. It is advisable never to buy too many fixtures and pieces from the same place.

Matching doesn’t mean identical

Don’t try to match colors when you’re working with a room. Instead, work with a palette to bring more life into the room. Contrasting colors can work too, if designed with subtlety and taste. A sober base tone can be accentuated with the right pop of color.

Bringing nature home

If you’re trying to give a space a natural, breathy feel, follow the 3/3 rule. All the darkest colors and elements are closest to the ground up to 1/3rd the room height. Followed by the middle third bearing mild earthy tones of wood an plant life. The top third bears clear, light sky tones to allow breathing space above eye level.