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Space planning is the most crucial step to do in design development of your home interior spaces. Most of your interior spaces caters multi- purposes and you direly need to make them functional through creative ideas. Here we have dive deeper into this topic with tips, tricks, and ideas for you to create functional multi-purpose rooms. So let’s get started!

Define the uses and users

The foremost step in space planning is to define the activities which are going to held in the space and the its users. There is a list of questions you should ask yourself before planning and designing your space. Like, will it be a space used by entire family to do different activities or will be exclusively for the little ones at home? What distinct areas are needed? Will this be used throughout the day or at specific times? What will be the traffic flow? Once you are clear about the uses and users, it will be easier to define the essential items needed to make it useful and functional.

Make a functional layout

After deciding the uses, now you should decide the must-haves of the space. As nowadays mostly homes have limited space, so the key is to be thoughtful about which basics are necessary. Functionality is key when you’re low on square-footage or need the space to do a lot of things. Make a list of it, to limiting the amount of furniture. With your list of essential pieces in hand, it’s time to estimate how much space each item will take up. With the correct space planning you can accomplish a practical layout that maximizes space and permits flow freely through the space.

Define different zones

Be creative while doing your home space planning. Start defining different zones. In your interior spaces. Focus the zones around the intent of each purpose, including the essentials needed for that task. Make strategies for furniture placements, or make wardrobes in such a position that it divides the room for different activities, these are the most straight-forward and obvious way to define spaces. Also rugs are very important for this purpose, they can visually separate distinct spaces.

Select appropriate furniture

In multi-purpose rooms there’s likely to be more furniture pieces dispersed throughout the space, so we recommend you to avoid heavy, solid-looking furniture pieces. Instead, opt for furniture with minimal aesthetics and that will create an overall lighter look in the room. Also as if we’re talking about multi- purpose spaces. Fewer strategic multi-purpose pieces of furniture that do double duty are always a good idea

Opt for neutrals

There are two main reasons to go with neutrals when designing multi-purpose interior spaces. First and foremost is that light hues give a sense of openness and make your spaces look tidy and bigger. The second reason is equally as important you don’t have to compromise your decor for functionality. Stick with neutrals and the useful items like storage will blend right in. Then, you can bring in your accent colors in meaningful, artful ways like through decoration pieces or wall art.


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