How To Project Yourself When You Are Building?

Getting started on a real estate purchase is not an easy thing. Sometimes we are faced with overloaded goods in terms of decoration and furniture; or on the contrary, we are lost in the face of empty rooms. What if we saw it more as an advantage?

An empty house is a great page to write!

By going through a builder of individual houses, we benefit from a real follow-up of this beautiful life project. From field research to drawing up plans up to the various stages of construction: we can already see a beautiful outline thanks to the many 2D and 3D views. But when you visit an empty house, the easiest way is to start by appreciating the volumes at their fair value.

See where the light lands and how the spaces interact with each other. You can then project yourself by adopting the right tools.

Imagine a global atmosphere

Don’t just say “the sofa will go here”; no, faced with an empty room, we will rather try to imagine a global atmosphere, with as many elements as possible to be able to really project ourselves into it.

To illustrate this article, we suggest you do a little exercise with the layout of a living room in one of these individual houses. You will see that even bare walls are not a barrier to creativity!

 It is an inexhaustible source of inspiration!

Neutral colors & beautiful materials

For this project, we chose to imagine an atmosphere in neutral, earthy, and warm tones. We wanted to combine timeless lines with pretty materials to add character to the room.

To structure the space, why not paint the staircase black to highlight this graphic element?
For the walls, we opt for a very pure white; and why not a side panel painted in Card Room Green, an intense shade that will add depth.

In terms of materials, we play on 100% natural codes with linens, wools, woven wicker, wood, and steel.

Here are some inspirations for you to enjoy and try in your home:

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Tags: architecture, architecture design, building, decorations, home decor, interior design

Author: Renata Kralevska

 

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.

 

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