By Lorette Modeste. Home Design. Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 20:23:14 PM.
Making small home designs look big on the interior. The interior of small home designs are indirectly affected by what happens on the exterior. You are still afforded several options there as well though. One huge option is ceiling treatments. With one-story house plans there are no rooms above and all you have is attic space. This gives you the opportunity to include tray ceilings or vaulted ceilings giving you more interior height.
It makes heavy use of various tones of white, to create the impression of space. There is a wonderfully vintage fireplace in the day area, and the lofted upper level features apparent wooden beams that make the rooms feel vertically endless. However, the home does have a striking personality, achieved by employing lots of colorful décor details, from rugs to vases to art.
Covered entrance – More and more homeowners are trending towards some sort of covered porch or covered stoop to provide shelter from weather conditions at the homes main entrance. Most come to this conclusion after living in a home that lacked this featured as a result. Storage – Need I say more! You can never have enough.
Since the style was founded on integrating form and function, focusing on comfort and embracing “less is more,” it’s easy to see why so many people are obsessed with Nordic design. That said, we know that re-creating an aesthetic can be much harder than it seems at first glance. Our tips on how to embrace Scandinavian design can help you construct a look you love.
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