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How to choose home furniture?

Your space dimensions have to be studied primarily because though every piece of furniture looks great with all decoration details in the proportional and beautiful in halls of big store, it won’t suit appropriate for the space you have. Buying furniture that look best can be a hard mistake as it’s not enough if it looks good and the fabric colour is your favorite one but goes full wrong when you end up in buying something which is larger than the area you have. Furniture Comfort and functional that goes well with every element in the area as well is also important. A professional interior designer can come handy to give you the correct suggestion and technical knowhow of space planning. They can do better by taking note of your wish list with all room dimensions along with required furniture keeping mind your preference and approximate budget.

Basic requirement for bedroom design.

For the bedroom, to keep the scale of the furniture to a minimum. 15x11 isn't large. A king size bed would overwhelm the room leaving little space for other needed pieces. A queen would be best. Instead of nightstands, float wooden shelves on the wall and hang sconces on either side of the bed over them. Keep your dresser low scale, more contemporary. Traditional heavy pieces just take up so much space. If you have room for a small chair, that would be nice. And hang a flat screen TV directly on the wall rather than taking up space with a regular TV. Keep artwork and knicknacks to a minimum. Bedding and draperies should coordinate and be simple and elegant in design. Paint should be a color that would add warmth but not overpower the room. The wall over the headboard of the bed could be a highlight wall with a deeper color while the other walls should be softer versions of the color.

Design Idea For those scribblers/school goers room.

If you're creative, you could use blackboard paint and either paint maybe a whole wall of it or just a section, maybe in a cool heart or star shape! Then you can write and draw and scribble all over it as much as you like! The best part is, it'll be super-easy to put up a new word or phrase whenever you want to. You could also just paint, write or stencil directly onto the wall with whatever words you like. Go-on about writing anything like quotes on” Friendship", "Love",“nature” above your bed or window. If you don't want to do any of these, you can buy wooden letters from a craft shop and decorate them any way you want, then either attach them to the wall with glue, arrange them on a shelf, or hang them from the ceiling with pretty ribbons. You can also display medals & trophies you've won, framed school papers, photos and general treasures to personalize your room. Have fun and enjoy your room.

Interior Lighting

Lighting design is a process. It is the process of integrating light into the fabric of architecture. Regardless of the space to be lighted— a bank, a church, an office, a gallery, a restaurant, a store, a classroom—and regardless of the light sources available for use, the process is always the same.

Electricity

Knowledge of the basic principles of electricity is necessary for understanding lighting circuitry, electrical distribution, power consumption, operating costs, switch control, and dimming control.

Luminaires

Almost all lamps require a method to curtail glare; in addition, many need a method to modify distribution.

Design

Lighting design is a process. Specifically, it is the process of integrating light into the fabric of architecture.

Perception

Perception of the world around us is based not on the quantity of light entering the eye, but on the quantity of contrast.

Psychology

Because the sense of sight is contrast sensitive, the brightness contrast of a space determines its emotional impact.

Brightness

Specifying the direction and distribution of light in a space yields the desired brightness contrast.

Color

Color is not a physical property of the things we see it is the consequence of light waves bouncing off or passing through various objects.

Daylight

The goal of daylight design is to provide visual variety with controlled brightness contrasts.

Light Control

Directional sources, commonly called reflector lamps, such as AR, MR, PAR, and R lamps, have built-in optical systems. All other electric light sources require external devices to modify their distributions in order to be useful in architectural applications.

Photometrics

It is impossible to see a foot candle. What is seen is luminance, which is a function of the amount of light falling on a surface and the reflectance of that surface, modified by the surrounding conditions and adaptation of the eyes.