The subtleties of interior design can have huge impacts on our mental health, in ways we often don’t fully understand. Now more than ever, people are relying on their home environments to boost their moods and overall sense of well-being. In this post I will explore the elements of design, from colour to the presence […]How Interior Design Affects Mental Health — Eve Morgan Interiors
Some of the best trends in interior design. 3 Latest interior design trends.
Interior design has always been the subject of much discussion. Anyone can join in, as it’s not as technical as architecture yet it’s all about style, imagery, proportions and design. As we have all been inside for many months, you may be questioning whether the interior design world has even started again from where it left off?
21st century, such a remarkable age where technology is at its peak. We have evolved in all respective areas such as science, medicine, astronomy, digital art, robotics, and many more. Everything is accessible on one single click and we should be grateful for such a privilege to dwell in this era. But let’s narrow down to ourselves.
Are we really evolved as humans?
Are we really curious about things around us?
What are we as an individual thinker?
I always think that technology has given us information and bounded us globally but it has also split us from our own mind and visions. We just see things, avoiding the details, purposes, and asking even stupid questions. We just pursue the information or idea of someone else losing our own identity.
But what if we begin observing, exploring, experimenting, inventing, failing, and learning through this experience. Learning is a journey by…
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Can’t-Wait Wednesday, aka Waiting on Wednesday, is a weekly meme originating from Jill at Breaking the Spine and now hosted by Wishful Endings. If you’re interested in participating, stop by Wishful Endings to link up your posts.
Terminally Ill salvage pilot Ash Jackson lost everything in the war with the alien Vai, but she’ll be damned if she loses her future. Her plan: to buy, beg, or lie her way out of corporate indenture and fine a cure.
When her crew salvages a genocidal weapon from a ravaged starship above a dead colony, Ash uncovers a conspiracy of corporate intrigue and betrayal that threatens to turn her into a living weapon.
I don’t read a ton of sci-fi but this one really interested me after seeing Karen Osborne in the space opera panel at the r/fantasy virtual convention. The concept of this one seems super intriguing and isn’t…
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The spire of Notre Dame Cathedral which was destroyed in a fire in April of 2019 will be restored according to the original Gothic design French President Emmanuel Macron announced a couple of days ago.
Macron had originally said after the fire that he was in favour of a “contemporary gesture”.
However the French President wanted the restoration to be completed by 2024 when Paris is hosting the Olympics for that year (assuming of course that most of humanity hasn’t died off from the Covid-19 virus or died off from massive carbon dioxide poisoning after having worn face masks 24 hours a day in the last idiotic decree of the WHO and numerous politicians around the world).
The process of designing a contemporary modern spire with an international competition for architects of no doubt exceedingly bad taste would have caused unnecessary delays.
France’s National Heritage and Architecture Commission thus recommended…
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Interior design from classic literature
Having recently moved to my own place, I now have a new
excuse opportunity to indulge my interest in all things home décor-related! Admittedly, most of my tastes have come from costume dramas because those were the films I was obsessed with in my formative years, though I also have a penchant for Japanese and Scandinavian minimalism (who doesn’t, though? 😂). Sticking with the former category, I wanted to share three movies with interior design I absolutely love. These are all films based on classic literature.
Steampunk: Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)
Have I mentioned this is my favorite film of all time? It’s dated, and a terrible adaptation on many levels, but I adore the aesthetic, the actors, and the music. This movie is a whole mood. I can’t get over the set design for the Nautilus submarine: it combines the elegance of Victorian-industrial with bold…
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Importance of color in Interior design.
Color in Interior Design
In interior design, color sets the mood. In fact, according to psychologyresearch, the colors in our surroundings impact how we feel and behave on a subconscious level. These conclusions are hardly surprising to hear, of course, since most people naturally make associations between colors and moods, such as correlating red with the emotion of anger, blue with the feeling of sadness, or yellow with the idea of chipper happiness. With so much influence over how we feel and perceive a space, the colors of an interior design should be selected thoughtfully and strategically to enhance well-being.
Selecting the room color palette for an interior design is also one key way to establish ambience and solidify stylistic theme. The colors you choose for an interior design can re-enforce thematic statements and help unify physically separated design and decor elements throughout a space.
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