Most of us would agree that furniture plays a key roll in interior design. However, would you argue that furniture matters most, enough to make or break a design? We certainly believe so. Take a look at the post above and see if you agree. Who knows? You may just be inspired to give your couches and coffee tables a fresh, more prominent role in your home. Let us show you how. How important is furniture’s role in a room. Do believe that furniture should come first in interior design? Share your opinions with us in the comments below.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just discovering a budding love for all things interior design, odds are good that you’ve noticed that furniture is important when it comes to designing a room. Today we’re arguing that, not only is it important, but furniture matters most be the most when it comes time to redesign your interiors. In fact, it should be the first component for your consideration. Don’t agree with us? Give the article a quick read and you may find yourself experiencing an unprecedented change of heart. You may even catch yourself looking at your furniture in a new light, which is always a very exciting possibility.
What are the essential furnishings needed to design a bedroom? What about a dining space? We’re willing to bet that you didn’t need to think very hard to answer either of those questions. That’s because we use the furniture in a room as context clues. They provide us with essential information about the space’s purpose. As you pick out the pieces that will go into your next design project, ask yourself how you intend to use the space before anything else. The answer to this question will help you dictate which furnishings are most necessary. For example, if you are working on a room where you want to entertain lots of guests, you’ll need plenty of seating. However, if you want to create a more reflective space, give that square footage to work desks that will help you complete important tasks. Remember, furniture makes a great focal point, so don’t hesitate to put it to good use. Pick the one element that, in your mind, clearly defines the room’s intended function and center your design around it. Arrange your other furnishings and décor items in such a way that the eye is always drawn to that same spot.
Speaking of arranging furniture, in addition to helping define function, these groupings also dictate how your friends and family will move through the space. Anyone who has tried to shimmy their way out of a too-tight seating area can tell you the importance of leaving the proper amount of – physical and visual – breathing room. When it comes to making sure you leave enough space, these are a few ground rules to keep in mind: - Keep the number of pathways in a room to a minimum – two is fine. - Send movement around seating groups, not through them. - Leave enough room to stand between seating and tables. - Push furniture away from the walls. Stick to a 3 in. rule - Arrange seating in clustered groupings to facilitate conversation. - Break large rooms into multiple groups. - When in doubt, take a test run through the space. Those who are visual learners may enjoy having the ability to test out multiple arrangements without having to push furniture around all day. Floor Planner is a free service that lets you see how your furniture will look without lifting a finger. They also have an IOS phone and tablet app so you can take your 3D plans on the go.
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