Is your furniture a part of your home? Or do you see it as the stuff inside your home?
Here’s the thing.
We’re all used to see an interior as a set of layers. The first layer are surfaces that define space – walls, floors, ceilings. Then there are floor and wall finishes. Curtains and carpets, maybe. Furniture comes next, just before decorations.
And usually, that’s not only how we see interiors, but also how we design them – one layer at the time.
Actually, most of the trending homes on Pinterest are designed that way. Designed as a space filled with pretty stuff.
They look good and stylish. You probably like them. We like them, too.
Yet, you might have noticed we don’t feature that type of interiors. Partly because there’s not much to say about them, but mostly because our goal is not to show you what to buy. It’s not even to show you what we think you should like.
Most of the time, it’s not important if you like the interiors we feature. We hope you do because you probably won’t take the time to read about something you dislike, and one of the biggest fears bloggers share is publishing posts no one reads. But what’s important is the understanding why architects/interior designers designed something the way they did, in order to learn how to use those ideas and create a space that’s ideal for you. Continue reading “Why we love raw concrete in interiors pt.2”