The design and basic structure of modern houses and apartments vary, but they share a common space, a limited space. The typical concept of what a typical house has evolved since. Henceforth, when we think of a house, we do not only see in our minds the traditional idea of a spacious house where each occupant has his own room. In urban centers, dwellings consist of two- or three-room apartments in which children share a room or dwellings in high-rise buildings with gardens and green spaces suitable for recreation.
When designing a home, it is important to consider longevity, whether it will withstand the test of time. Some of the factors to consider are the quality of materials used, the overall design and location. While it is tempting to follow the prevailing trends, one must remain cautious. Some trends become easily obsolete. In addition, it is also important to maximize the interior space and provide opportunities for future expansion.
Personalization is another important consideration. Rather than opting for ready-made cabinets that take up too much space, creating custom storage shelves and storage spaces will not only save a lot of square feet, but will also give greater flexibility in the interior. Creating more storage, to the extent possible, outside the current available space also increases the overall value of the property.
The choice of color is another fundamental factor to consider, especially if a proposed sale of the property is being considered. Bright colors can turn heads, but neutral colors appeal to potential buyers. In the current market, houses with neutral paint colors have a relatively higher resale value.
Interwoven living and sleeping spaces
Due to space constraints, one of the biggest challenges for interior designers is to provide solutions for studios and units where sleeping and living areas are closely related. Since the space does not allow the addition of additional walls, designers are faced with the challenge of providing occupants with a private space while allocating a space to receive visitors. In order to provide the occupants with a space that is both comfortable and functional, interior designers face the challenge of choosing design elements and furnishings that allow residents to move and operate in a transparent manner, taking into account overlapping space.
The use of natural light is perhaps one of the most important considerations in modern homes. A home that highlights natural light is generally perceived as having positive attributes. In addition to certain building specifications that optimize outdoor light entry, some interior design solutions make better use of natural light than others.
Finally, modern homes located in the busiest urban areas can still be transformed into paradises of comfort, calm and relaxation with some interior modifications to maintain a sustainable interior garden. In the hands of a competent interior decorator, outdoor spaces with healthy vegetation can also be mixed seamlessly inside the house.