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How exactly do harmony and space affect interior buildings and how do you go about bringing these factors into your buildings? Harmony and space go hand in hand. This simply refers to the way that an interior is able to have a consistent flow that makes visitors feel at ease. It is the ability to draw the eye easily and the ability to make people feel welcome. Needless to say, all of these are important when designing and planning interior buildings.
Creating Harmony and Space in Interior Buildings
Some of the ways that you can create harmony and space in interior buildings include the following:
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Repeating design elements such as colour, texture, shape, and form is one of the easiest ways to achieve harmony in interiors. In buildings, this can be done in many different ways. You could choose a theme for your restaurant, office, school, medical practice, retail space or hotel, for example, and bring in various elements of your theme into everything from your counter tops to your facades, bathrooms, lobby, displays, and décor. You could add to this theme by choosing furnishings that further help to repeat your signature colours and style. This helps to create harmony and space by allowing the eye to easily glance over the interior without anything jarring or breaking the pattern. When you have certain colours and textures used in one part of the building and others used elsewhere, it can be discordant and visually disorganised. This, in turn, can make your business seem that way, too.
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Unity is achieved when each element within the space combine to create a balanced, complete whole. Everything in the interior seems just right, somehow, working together to create harmony. The resulting emotion in visitors is that all is right with the world and within the space. Oddly enough, unity is not always achieved by being overly ‘mix and match’. In fact, being too rigid and not allowing any sort of creativity or flow can end up having the opposite effect. For example, if you are using a certain colour paint for your retail space, you don’t have to use the exact same colour for your solid surfacing displays. You could try a bold, opposite colour or one that brings the wall colour to life. You could try a patterned display. As long as the overall elements balance and are repeated in a way that brings harmony, you can mix things up to some degree.
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