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Saturday, 31 May 2014 03:56

Interior Psychology. Part Three

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The personality characteristics of sanguine and choleric people make them ardent lovers of an active and feverish lifestyle unless situations become extremely serious to completely preoccupy them. The ambition of choleric people makes them more serious than sanguine, but their activity and dynamism manifested through the inherent impulsiveness creates inconsistencies with their systematic or goal-oriented tasks. However, sanguines and cholerics are not conservative or retrograde in nature. This is the reason why bold stylistic solutions ranging from hi-tech Urbanism to avant-garde eclecticism has been recommended for them. Interiors with vast open space and maximum flexibility in planning provide the harmonizing role with the sanguine personality. Warm and light colours like the soft shades of yellow or orange colours are generally recommended to create the variations in furnishing and decoration. Compact modular furniture with elegant design suits the personality of sanguines and cholerics. Surprisingly, the stimulating effects of interior design can be strong enough to change rather steady temperament of sanguine to choleric or even slow paced phlegmatic personality and vice versa. The contrasting colour like terracotta is recommended for sanguines’ room decoration to create harmony with saturated red or black colour, which are their favourites.

Saturday, 31 May 2014 03:31

Interior Psychology. Part Two

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The close interior approach to space planning creates several isolated rooms that serve specific purposes. For example, the isolated rooms like living rooms or bedrooms are designed to serve a specific purpose, and they are not supposed to be used for any other purpose. This close interior approach highlights the importance of individual privacy of prospective dwellers. On the other hand, the open interior approach considers the individual as the part of the society, highlighting the importance of caring and sharing. The social and business interests dominate over the privacy requirements, and interior space is designed to optimize the active, dynamic and communicative lifestyle of the prospective dwellers. The space is still divided into rooms, but they don’t create any functional division of the living space. This open interior approach proves very instrumental in designing modern house structures that require more flexible or visible house planning. The open interior approach is not a new phenomenon in house planning. The architects realized the importance of creating enfilade of adjacent rooms before two centuries ago.

Saturday, 31 May 2014 02:36

Interior Psychology. Part One

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Architecture is the most powerful expression of human creativity. It’s nothing short of a musical treat, influencing the human mind like the beats of a melody vibrating through the building's exterior and interior designs. The creative expression and details of architecture can burst people with joy and cheerfulness as well as harbour the feelings of melancholy.

Monday, 27 January 2014 23:21

7 Kitchen Design Ideas

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Modern kitchen has completely changed over time. The Kitchens are no longer relegated to the rear end of the house. Contemporary kitchen designs place the kitchen at the forefront rather than limiting at the background. Designing an open-faced kitchen has become a challenge in kitchen design for merging kitchen as part of a greater room, dining areas or even a family room.

Monday, 27 January 2014 23:14

Interior Design

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Interior designing allows people to create the right ambiance that reflects their style and personality and this is the reason why most people make changes in their house, particularly on leasing or purchasing new home. This personal sense of style has such a strong influence on the ladies of the house that they will certainly require some furniture to be moved and cabinets refaced on shifting to a new home, regardless of its furnishing and decorations. In fact, the very purpose of interior designing is to modify the ambiance in accordance with your style and preferences so that you can feel at home. When you lease or purchase new accommodations, interior designing or home-improvement projects become a necessity because you won’t feel comfortable in a home that reflects other's style and decoration ideas.

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