It doesn’t matter what decorative style or aesthetic you want to capture within your home, there are key interior design features that every home should have regardless of the overall style. The following key features are the ingredients to a strong, homely core that you can then enhance with your chosen décor and detailing, making your home personal to your own style and character. From natural light to technology, continue reading to find out the interior design features you should consider including or considering when it comes to your home.
The number one design feature in any home is lighting. Having a good balance of lighting helps to create a sense of openness and gives any room a spacious, fresh feel. In order to achieve the right balance of lighting, you need to embrace as much natural light as possible. You can do this by opening up windows, ensuring any blinds and curtains can be drawn back properly to allow as much natural light to flow through as possible, as well as creating plenty of additional lighting in darker areas through lamps, ceiling lights and so on. It’s amazing how much of a difference lighting can make to a room and having the right balance can be the difference between a home feeling dull and lifeless, to it feeling open, fresh and inviting.
Every home is starting to adapt to modern technology one way or another, with so many amazing products now available to make everyday life easier. Smart technology covers a huge range of unique products that make homelife simpler, from the Aqualisa Smart Shower enabling you to control your shower from your mobile phone, to Amazon’s Alexa providing on-demand information, music and much more by simple voice command. Whilst these features are constantly being adapted and improved, they are featuring in many homes across the world with many people relying on them for simple tasks such as creating a shopping list or warming up the water in the shower before you hop in.
Lots of Colour
Whether you opt for a bright and bold colour scheme, or you prefer to stick to more of a monochromatic aesthetic, it’s important to always add colour to your home. Colours help to build emotion and create an atmosphere, which you can control by choosing key colours that have certain meanings and effects. There are lots of different reasons for choosing specific colours but knowing which colours will help to enhance each room in your home will ensure you create a warm and welcoming space where you feel comfortable. Take a look at this Forbes article to find out how to choose the right colour scheme for the rooms in your home, to help you create the best aesthetic for your interiors.
Alongside all of the popular, obvious interior features that people have been introducing for years you have the unique features that have popped up more recently and taken the interior industry by storm. One of these unique features in particular is the Quooker boiling water tap. By introducing this tap to your home, you are giving yourself access to instant boiling water from the tap, eliminating the hassle and wasted energy of boiling the kettle and so on. This easy to use, simple feature is just one of the many features that are making life at home simpler, more comfortable and time-efficient to help with everyday life.