The previous topics that we have been discussing about were specifically lines and geometry. But not only visual elements of an object play an important role in designing your home but also the way an object feels like – the texture which influences our perception of a room.
When talking about texture design, the visual and especially tactile quality of a surface is very important. In addition to visual elements like form, texture has the ability to add a whole new dimension to your room. In order to use this element wisely, here are some suggestions on how to work with texture.
The element of texture is often overlooked when used by professionals to make an impression on a space when decorating a home. There are two types of texture: rough and smooth. The texture has an effect on how the room feels for you. It is a tactile consideration. So if you see an object with a very rough surface, you automatically think about all the times when you touched a rough object. That means you already to know how it feels, even without touching it says easterncorner. If you did not like the way the object previously felt you might reject those textures unconsciously when decorating your home or feel uncomfortable in a room that uses a lot of these kinds of surfaces. Rough surfaces are for example: carpets, brick, timber, linen, furs, coire and sisal. Smooth surfaces can be glass, plastic, lacquer, paint finish, high gloss paint finish and vinyl upholstery. Read more of this post