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CASUAL & COMFORTABLE SPACES

Updated: Aug 28, 2023

A simple and light casual style in the interior design of a house or apartment is individuality, comfort and convenience. Casual style in the interior means a lot of free space, comfort, laid-back elegance and beauty of the premises, decorated with taste and preserving individuality.

The primary characteristics of a casually styled room are: 

  • Natural materials and fabrics;

  • A blend of exceptional sophistication and simplicity.

  • Beige, white, sand, mint, grey, pale pink, and gold are the dominant colours.

  • Small accents with areas of black, dark crimson, purple, or orange are acceptable. 

  • The foundation of the casual interior design style is comfort, convenience, cosiness, and independence. 

  • This style is characterised by smooth lines, geometric shapes, and appealing materials that are pleasing to the touch.

There are no stringent rules or regulations regarding casual style

Elegant simplicity, plenty of room, vibrant colours, freedom of expression, and the lack of rigid guidelines for space arrangement define casual interior design. It is perfect for people who value comfort and style without boundaries or excesses.

Characteristics of the informal style:

Casual furniture includes a cosy sofa, a big bed, a low table, and wicker pieces. Softness, pleasant textures, a pastel colour scheme, and colourful highlights (such as ornamental cushions or plaited fabrics) are incorporated. Wood is the most widely used substance.

Natural and comfy textiles should be soft to the touch, eye-catching, and pricey.

Long, light drapes, upholstered furniture, a clean carpet, and a chair with an unusual cover are all suitable for a room decorated in the informal style.

The creation of shape, form, and aesthetic in curvaceous design depends on texture, which gives off a cosy feeling.

"Texture helps evoke emotion, so to create a soft, supportive piece, you don't turn to smooth, hard finishes; you look for enveloping soft ones," explains Lyon. "Curves need flexible, soft textiles that can follow the curve, like velvet, silk mohair, and velour, as well as a specific nap that reflects light and emphasises its form."

Puffy furniture is soft and cuddly, but it still has solidity and strength thanks to the stainless steel framework, which is either hidden or exposed as a design element.

"Uniqueness breeds a more desirable product, and technically speaking, it's harder to construct a rounded piece than a squared one," claims Spon-Smith. "Joins need more time to construct, and maintaining durability is challenging. Round furniture is more difficult to build and less common.

Puff items, despite having a distinctive look, are easy to style and fit into practically any area.We’re seeing more layering of furniture and accessories. .You are not required to have only modern or only old objects. Just remember that one visually arresting puffy piece will do. There is always room for more streamlined items. One's beauty balances out another's.

Are puffy things still around or are they about to go out of style now that the world is opening up again?

The longing for familiarity and nostalgia will endure for some time. “As with any trend, it’s best to dip into it rather than completely buy-in. A calculated blend executed with grace and assurance will never go out of style.

In addition to being visually appealing, rounded furniture is also quite comfy. Its curves are more akin to the body's natural forms that brace it than it would be if it were straight.

A quick glimpse is all it takes to picture yourself relaxing in a plush accent chair. This is the ideal cosy location for some light reading or unwinding.

Try using more compact, rounded furnishings.

Take greater risks!

Alternately, you might choose a piece of furniture with a more daring curve. The inviting design and cloud-like fluffiness of the L-shaped Elkin fabric modular set are guaranteed to draw attention. A throw blanket or pillows with fascinating designs will draw attention to this focal point even more as they create contrast with the plush dark blue cloth.

Using shapes, create contrast

To create a striking contrast, pair curved furniture with other décor items that have straight or rigid edges. For instance, you could use a mosaic of rectangular frames to decorate the rear wall to draw attention to the bed's curved lines.

Take cues from the natural world

Since curved furniture draws its design cues from nature, you can use concepts from the natural world to draw attention to particular features. When it comes to colour, emphasise emotions of serenity by preferring subtle tones that are reminiscent of the sky, dirt, minerals, or plant life.


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