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Using Ceramics in the Execution of Your Home Décor Project

Using Ceramics in the Execution of Your Home Décor Project

Ceramics serve several great purposes in the execution of a home interior design project. For a start, this is a simple yet effective way to introduce texture. Ceramics are also versatile, executed in many different styles and capable of carrying beautiful colours.

Using ceramics in home décor can be quite inexpensive while giving you a sophisticated outcome. As experienced Singapore interior design professionals, we love working with ceramic art pieces and home décor items because they’re so diversified and fun.

The addition of ceramic pieces also allows you to experience a couple of important benefits we’re going to take a look at in this guide.

The Benefits of Home Décor Ceramics

Ceramics rank among the most affordable home décor options in Singapore. You can find ceramic decorations at so many locations and you don’t need a designer piece to achieve a certain outcome.

While being cost-efficient, ceramic products are also more durable than some of their more expensive counterparts (for example, items made of glass). There will be no discolouration and loss of brightness. A well-made, heavier ceramic piece could even survive a fall.

There’s a plethora of ceramic decorations to choose among and these will be a great match for every room or interior design concept you want to execute. There are plant pots, sculptures, ceramic dishes, tiles, bowls, abstract centrepieces and many other ceramic items you can experiment with when redesigning your home.

You can buy mass-manufactured items or you can seek artisan originals that are made in smaller batches or as one of a kind piece. It’s really up to you to determine how you’re going to incorporate ceramics in interior design and the options are limitless.

Speaking of decorating options, here are some of the possibilities you may want to explore in order to freshen up your home’s interior.

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Ceramic vases come in all shapes and sizes. They can be tall and lean, they can be short and chunky. Some are elaborately decorated, some are plain and simple. They can be monochrome (think of a cool set executed in solely black or solely white) and they can be multi-colour.

A vase can be used on its own as a decorative piece or you can fill it with flowers.

Fresh flowers, dried flowers or artificial pieces – it’s really up to you to figure out what you want to put in the vase. A couple of decorative branches could even be placed artistically into the vase, turning it into an abstract sculpture.

We talked about versatility previously and vases provide a great example. They come in all shapes and sizes and you can also get creative with their placement. A shorter vase can easily turn into a table centrepiece or put on a shelf. A taller vase will be a stand-alone decoration that you can put on the ground or on a staircase to break up the visual uniformity of the décor.

Ceramics Make Eclectic Decors Fun

They bring a little bit of everything to the table. When properly balanced and planned out, an eclectic interior turns into a visual symphony. There’s a risk of overdoing it, however. If you do too much, you’ll end up with a hodgepodge of different pieces that are all fighting for attention.

Going for many different kinds of ceramic decorations is a great idea in terms of executing an eclectic project.

These ceramics will have a unifying element – the material that they’re crafted out of. As a result, you’ll maintain a degree of visual consistency even when the pieces themselves are quite different from each other.

Don’t Forget about Ceramic Dishes and Pots

Traditional ceramic dishes rank among the most easily accessible products on the market. These are colourful, they have some rustic appeal and they can be transformed in decorative pieces.

Just imagine creating a wall art installation that’s made entirely from different kinds of ceramic dishes. How cool would such a decoration be? It will immediately turn into a focal piece and it will brighten up the atmosphere.

Not only that, ceramic dishes could be used for their actual purpose – serving food. They will be a great addition to your kitchen, especially if you discover a practical and original set you fall in love with. Such a set can be displayed proudly on an open shelf so you can enjoy its beauty even when you’re not having a meal.

Ceramic pots are equally versatile. They can be used on their own as decorations if the shape and style are interesting enough. They can hold beautiful plants. They can be arranged in sets or alongside other ceramic items to produce elaborate arrangements.

If you want to enjoy that wow factor, go for unique handmade ceramics. While more expensive, these are also beautifully painted and decorated. Some are even created to resemble ancient pieces like those typical for the Ancient Roman and Greek periods.

We love working with ceramics because a lot of imagination can be invested in the process. The outcome is always cosy, stylish and fun. Some modern ceramics can even be incorporated in the execution of a minimalist home décor.

Bringing your favourite ceramics to your brand new home will instantly give the flat soul. Don’t throw away old pieces – we can give them a second life and incorporate them in the new home décor concept.

To get some assistance and explore the home upgrade possibilities, contact Home Guide today. We’d love to work with you, bringing your dream home to reality through the power of interior design.

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