Many people mistake a beautifully-designed home to be just that; beautiful.
However, the right interior design aesthetics are more than just outward perfection and color-coordination. Ask any interior designer and they will list three things that they focus on for starters with an interior design project; symmetry, comfort and function.
All three are inter-connected, of course. And with art such as interior design, you have to have proper knowledge to be able to accomplish these three factors, in addition to aesthetic beauty for your home décor.
Planning with a Purpose
When we speak about functionality though, let’s make something clear.
Every space needs to have a primary function of its own and small spaces are no exception. There’s no need to stuff functional pieces in spaces that have no place there to begin with.
Case in point; when you see a bathroom sink and vanity in the corner of a bedroom. There’s nothing inherently wrong with it. It just looks weird and out-of-place.
Every space has its purpose. And every purpose must match the space.
Deciding on the Details
Even then, it doesn’t mean you can’t make a space multi-functional. You just have to decide on the right requirements. For example, let’s say you have a small living room that’s part of an open kitchen space. However, your home doesn’t have a room for a dining area.
By adding extra features to the layout, you can even make use of a limited floor plan. There are plenty of unnecessary features in an average home design anyway that can be done away with. By shuffling a few things here and there, you’ll not only make your home more functional, you’ll add to the overall value of the house.
The Value of Functionality
Despite having put your heart and soul into creating such a perfect home; chances are that you might not want to stay there all your life. So when the time comes to sell your property, you’ll need to bring more to the table than just the original bare bones of the place.
By presenting your home’s functionality as the selling point, you’ll be able to bring in more buyers since this will give them the chance to see how useful this property can be, and how much they can improve upon it. On the other hand, it might be just the thing they’ll want; a home already designed to be as functional as possible.
Given that the general population is leaning more towards minimalism and function in design nowadays, the second option is more likely.
Finding the Right Source for Your Design
To make such a home come to life, you’ll need a quality home remodeling service.
NYLoft is a leading service for interior design and planning in NYC.
Mostly focused on presenting a combination of contemporary, eco-centric designs in interiors as well as cabinetry and furniture, NYLoft is the full-service firm to call for any home design projects in the city.
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