People will think it is fun working with art, especially if we are arranging something for ourselves. Colors, clean lines and bold prints are very interesting to be mixed. If you are planning to redecorate your entire home or only a room, it is useful to know about the basic concepts of art deco interior design.
The first concepts you need to pay attention when arranging yourself is geometric shapes and clean lines. And you should know that it consists of well-defined lines, sweeping curves similar with the streamline design of planes. Besides the well-defined lines, there is also other popular design using of geometric shapes, angular blocky, include the influence of ancient Aztec temples like trapezoids and shapes.
As the influence of industrial power, materials such as stainless steel and textures enter the art deco. It affects people’s vision on nature and creates such things like lacquered wood. From this influence, it is growing and the expression of the space of a room becomes more creative.
The stainless steel and textures also influence the use of clean lines that give sense of stark and opulent at the same time. In the industrial time, other materials also become popular such as marble, ebony, and glass. If you want a glossy surface, there are many materials in art deco available for this sense.
Next, art deco interior design developed with the influence of many other cultures. Not only in one country but also brought many effects from other country with its own characteristic. The result is more materials involved in this art and give you many options if you want to redecorate interior design living room.
There are also more fabrics and softer materials like sharkskin, zebra patterns, or soft elegant silks affect people’s vision in the art. So, it is possible if you want to get a situation of warm pacific waters, savannahs of Africa or the beauty of Chinese and Japanese. With a little imagination and creativity combining those materials, you are able to apply art deco as well as possible.Immobilienmakler Heidelberg Makler Heidelberg
Source by Karen Janson