From the design of unique and intricate masterpieces, the restoration and renovation of interiors or the creation of simple yet complicated motifs, nothing is beyond the craftsmanship that comes with wood. For generations, wood has been used in design and architecture for walls, doors, cornices, mantel pieces and even in flooring.
Bathrooms define us. They are more personal than we may think of them and not only do they say a lot about our homes, but our personalities as well. It is then important to create and re-analyze our bath spaces in line with what we stand for and what we may wish others to perceive us. A lack of space need not limit on your bathroom design and aesthetics. There are numerous ways through which you can brighten and energise it without necessarily ‘infringing’ on its core function:
Anyone that has an interest in colour and design is naturally fascinated by the area of colour psychology. However, for the most part, claims about how colour can affect the quality of life can bring out the sceptic in us. If you are one of these people think about these simple questions;
Using light in architecture and design is more an art than it is a science. That there are no standard practices when it comes to the use of light makes it even all the more interesting! And as the traditional use of space and natural light has changed over time, so have lighting solutions been keeping up the pace. Light requires planning and a well designed lighting system is key to preventing eye-strains, can be used to accentuate decor among others.