Zo breng je rust en eenheid in je interieur

This way you bring peace and unity to your interior

  1. There's a lot going on in the world. After recent years in which we have had to adapt in various areas, peace in the world has unfortunately still not completely returned. Yet many people do need this. So what could be better than coming home to a house where you can experience peace and quiet and where you can retreat for a while. Below we give you a number of tips to achieve more peace and unity in your interior. This way you create a place where you can be completely yourself!

 

Use of color

 

The color choices you make have a great influence on how a room feels. To create more unity, you can use the 60-30-10 rule. In this case you choose three colors. The first color is used for 60% of the space. This is your primary color. The second color is the secondary color and you use 30% and the last color is an accent color and you use 10% in the room.


To achieve a calm whole, it would be best to choose a color from a natural color palette for the primary color. Use this for the walls, ceiling and possibly the largest furniture. For the secondary color, choose a shade that matches the primary color but is slightly different, creating a nice contrast. Use this color in furniture, rugs or wall decorations, for example. With the last color you can choose a color that really stands out since it is only used for 10%. With this color you can really give your personal touch to the interior. Use this color in accessories such as cushions, vases, candles, etc.

 

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Material use

 

Now that you know how to best apply color distribution in an interior, it is also good to look at the use of materials. These also have a major influence on how a room feels. Go for a mix of different materials that fit within your color palette. This makes a room just that little bit more exciting and adds dynamism to a room.

 

"The correct distribution of colors and materials are essential for creating a calm interior”

Ensure good acoustics

 

Nothing is more annoying than being in a room where the acoustics are not good. This makes the room sound hollow and immediately feels cold. You can easily improve the acoustics by adding materials that absorb sound. Think of rugs, fabric furniture or moss walls. A moss wall has a sound-absorbing effect, absorbing 80% of the sound that reaches the moss wall. This makes it a perfect wall decoration to improve acoustics.

 

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Create enough storage space

 

We all know it; children's toys lying around or loose rubbish that is always everywhere and nowhere. The peace and unity in an interior are then hard to find. Make sure you have enough storage space to store all these items. This way, you will feel much more comfortable on your couch in the evening, after the children have gone to bed.


Create separate places for your accessories. Make this a real corner by putting several things together, instead of everything loose throughout the room. You will see that the room will instantly seem a lot calmer.

Add plants

 

We wrote a blog before about the power of greenery and plants in your interior. You can read it here. Plants are good for acoustics, humidity and actually make us happy. Choose some larger plants to really make a statement. This brings more unity than many separate small plants. Or of course choose an ecosystem. Here too you can opt for something big, such as our EcolightXXL, Hebe or Demeter. Do you opt for a smaller ecosystem, such as the Egg or Erlenmeyer? Then turn it into a cozy corner with your other accessories as tipped above!

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