The elements and principles in interior design

Any style of interior design – Baroque, modern, classic – are United by one General rule, namely a rule for constructing living space. It should be understood that the design is primarily based on the perception of information by a person on a psychological level. It is the unshakable Foundation that remains unchanged under all conditions.

The surrounding objects, the environment itself, its atmosphere, have a huge impact on man, his health and mood. The right environment promotes deep rest and “charge” of energy; the man who lives in the right environment that looks significantly different from the others. He is calm, balanced, in good spirits and body. You can understand it by visiting his home is so comfortable that do not want to leave. And the atmosphere of comfort is created in that the complex color, decor, household items.

Do not despair – you can learn. You can learn to beautifully decorate the interior of their homes and to live beautifully.

The first rule is the rule of the Golden section

As you know, the human brain has two hemispheres – technical and humanitarian. So, when we consider any object, first to react the right hemisphere, technical. In the case when “scanning” clear and concise proportions, the presence of the same elements and their repetition, the technical part does not detect the necessary information, connected the humanitarian part. Within its competence, the imagination, Association, and other lyrical direction. Drawing a picture, the artist must avoid sharp lines, otherwise the whole beauty of the paintings will go to waste and Humanities brain does not react to it.

The rule of the Golden section is the lack of multiple, distinct divisions, and the presence of irrationality, of asymmetry. For example, if the task is to combine two colors of Wallpaper on the third wall should be measured a third of the stock.

Aspects of the psychology of perception of visual information in interior design

Let’s look at the components of objects and phenomena that surround our everyday lives. We clearly know: like this picture, not like a beautiful room or not. Our consciousness is already the result of a long analytical work of the brain, and this happens at lightning speed.

Our view, focusing on the painting, always start with the upper left corner, and moves to the lower right. It always happens, regardless of our desires. Then the mind grabs of the total abundance of colors bright spots, and then concentrates on semantic elements.

For clarity, we take geometric shapes. Their disposition relative to each other (for example, square and circle) is always painted with emotional colours, and sometimes can cause a negative, a denial. And this is because picture for us starts from the top left corner, on the diagonal and continues to the lower right. The image elements are perceived serially, in time, in action.

The ceiling of the room is a square. Chandelier – round. There is a feeling that the square engulfs the globe, associating in my head with bad, evil. Different picture – the square floors and round aquarium. Forms are now viewed in reverse order – a small circle prevails over a large square, and it encourages us a sense of security and permanence.

Energy it is or not

Minor and major – two contrast. Fatigued, insecure, delicate melody. Her antagonist – exuberant vigor, swiftness, moment.

Major-minor – design

Such a contrast in tune with the strings of our souls. We understand what it’s like. Emotions, character is expressed in the interior color. Cool motive – minor, warm, hot, major. And interwoven in a single dance, they reflect and highlight our emotions,

Emotions can be expressed through form.

Take for example again the picture. Painting-minor is the gaze falling downwards the horizon. Picture-major, in contrast, shows a line, soaring skyward.

One thought on “The elements and principles in interior design

  • April 22, 2017 at 10:42 am

    You’re on top of the game. Thanks for shgrina.


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