By Severine Edmonde. Interior. Published at Saturday, May 12th, 2018 - 08:42:15 AM.
Much like art galleries, white walls make the perfect canvas for featuring various works of art. Add a little fun, creative flair to your otherwise minimal (and boring) all-white space with large, hanging artworks that work as a feature piece in a room.
Instead of rose and yellow gold, more industrial shades of metal are expected to become the prominent choice. From brass to nickel - less high shine materials will add a more organic element to your space.
This alludes to the central function of urban interiors which is to create space, sometimes in surprising ways. Combination living/working spaces have become traditional in inner cities and industrial areas, often referred to as studio apartments. Renovated warehouses might feature a concrete floor for large scale artwork or production and an upper loft for a living space. Industrial building converted into high-rise apartments, up scale condominiums and mixed-use buildings are other innovations to urban living spaces and rather that fighting the existing industrial feature within these spaces Urban interior design embraces them.
Whites with cool undertones (blue or green) work great for homes with ample afternoon sunlight. As the space takes on an orangey tone, cooler whites to help balance hues out. Alternatively, whites with warm undertones (orange) are better for homes that are slightly dimmer, to mimic that natural sunlight ‘glow’ in a space.
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