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5 Focal Points To Make Your Home Interior A Knock-out

5 Focal Points To Make Your Home Interior A Knock-out

A ‘focal point’ is an essential part of any interior design. It helps ground the entire aesthetic without compromising the holistic value of the design. This basically means that when you have a nice, attractive focal point, all the rest of your design simply falls into place. This focal point becomes the literal ‘focus’ of your space, which helps keep the mind grounded while helping you to embrace all the different parts of the design. Today, we will be sharing 5 mainstream focal points that can make your home interior design seem like a total knock-out.

Light Fixtures

Light Fixture as Focal Point

When you’ve got the right centrepiece, you’ll definitely feel a cohesive quality in your home interior designs. An attractive light fixture can make a great focal point. From chandeliers to a group of pendent lights and even an avant-garde fixture in a category of its own, an attractive light fixture can definitely make your space seem grander and better.

Flower Arrangements/Decoration

Flower Arrangements as Focal Point

Did you know that flower chandeliers are going to be all the rage in 2018? It’s the start of a new year for interior design in Singapore, and what better way to style your home better than to invest in one of the edgiest ideas. Even if your arrangement or decoration is completely artificial, rest assured that it can make a great focal point that is both visually soothing as well as attractive at the same time.

Pedestal Floor

Pesdestal Floor as Focal Point

Pedestal floors are basically a step-up that individualizes a single zone of an open floor plan. So if your living room is located on the pedestal floor, it becomes the focal point of your interior design. This particular technique is basically introducing the idea of ‘focal objects’ on a slightly larger scale. Instead of a single item, you’re using an entire area of your home interior design to make your space look more grounded.

Area Rugs

Area Rug as Focal Point

Area rugs of various hues and textures can make for the most interesting focal points. The best part is that since they’re not eye-level with the users angle of sight, you can be as bold as you want to be with the colours, textures and even patterns. For example, a hot pink wall will seem off-putting, but a hot pink area rug will seem charming and effectively contrasting.

Indoor Screens

Indoor Screen as Focal Point

Another contemporary take on the focal point is the indoor screens. They can either be mild steel grills or you can opt for laser cut screens. Both have their own pros, but both can also offer some pretty amazing, customized designs that have potential to be amazing focal points. You can use these as partition walls while retaining a sense of privacy in your home interior designs.

At Home Guide, we take a lot of pride in delivering only the best to our clients. We’re well aware of the changing trends, the latest greatest, and how to manage trendiness within context of our client’s vision for their space.

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