For a while now I have wanted to start a new series which I could share one of the secrets of interior designers. You probably have asked all the time _ "How interior designers can create beautiful rooms that seems to be so perfect?". Of course there are so many factors that we have to take in consideration; as experience, talent, hard work between others... But there is also one, two or maybe six basics elements that interior designers use that are essential for a good design. They are six of them: Color, Form/Shape & Line, Texture, Scale, Pattern & Ornament and Lighting.
Color is a physical property of light. When we speak of color, we are referring to a pigment.
FORM/SHAPE & LINE
Form is the basic shape and configuration of an object or space.
Texture is a sensory experience that may be tactile, meaning that it can be felt by touch in addition to being visual.
Scale is the relative size of something as related to another element.
PATTERN & ORNAMENT
Pattern is a repetition of a specific motif. Ornament is used to denote visual detail that is not functional, but rather purely decorative.