I can’t write about Chinese interior design style without mentioning Feng Shui. You know me from previous posts, I am a fan of Feng Shui and I try to follow the rules in a reasonable way. Besides Feng Shui Chinese interior style has a certain fascination that makes every room look mystical and at the same time comforting.
I would recommend to just add Chinese design elements here and there to your tiny home. Doing so you won’t overwhelm your home style – except of course you’re a fan of Chinese design in whatever form it comes.
I probably join many people with my love for the Vintage interior design style! I’d even say it’s one of the most preferred interior design style you can find. The Vintage style has something intriguing – I can’t put the finger on it, but you know what I mean.
For tiny homes, such as tiny houses, RVs, houseboats and small apartments it’s one of those styles you can’t avoid. The Vintage look is just made for tiny living. And when I say Vintage style I mean almost everything you can place into your home.
I have three ideas for you.
Symmetry has doubtlessly a big effect on how we perceive a room. Just everything in life actually. Using Symmetry as interior guide for your tiny home will make your place not just elegant and gorgeous but will also create a feeling of calmness and spaciousness. Why?
Well, there are in fact researches made about how we perceive harmony in our surroundings. Symmetry is one important part of harmony. Who doesn’t want to create harmony at home? (picture found on Pinterest)