1. Choice of Wood

Wood, as one of the interior decorative materials, enjoys incomparable advantages with the warm and gentle colour and the rough texture that induces people to touch it.

In this case, the room in the picture above was designed to give a down-to-earth look with wooden furniture that is not laminated. Thus, appreciating the nature outlook despite having it all under a modern structure. A minimalist modern design yet antique, showcasing a high value of age and quality.

 

2. Choice of Stone

Stone, as the traditional building material, possesses the solid, practical and beautiful qualities. The decorative characteristic of the decorative stone is embodied by its colour, pattern, lustre and texture.

In this case, the designer selects stone as the main decorative material of the fireplace and the like to highlight the volume and texture of the living room.

 

3. Choice of Concrete

Stone, as the traditional building material, possesses the solid, practical and beautiful qualities. The decorative characteristic of the decorative stone is embodied by its colour, pattern, lustre and texture.

In this case, the designer selects stone as the main decorative material of the fireplace and the like to highlight the volume and texture of the living room.

 

4. Choice of Glass

Glass has been gradually developed to regulate light and heat, save energy and protect the environment, control noise, reduce structural weight and improve the environment. The glass after being coloured and polished has increasingly become the significant decorative element of the interior space.

In this case, the designer makes the space wider and creates a tough spatial ambience by the use of the glass material.

 

5. Choice of Metal

The metal material is mainly used as the load-bearing structure and the decorative finishing. The main feature of the metal material is its shining lustre: the steel and the aluminium showcase the dynamic of the era; the copper seems gorgeous and elegant; the iron looks simple, unsophisticated and dignified.

 

6. Choice of Textile

The fabric furnishings in the home interior space enjoy the rich colour and lustre and the soft texture. Different kinds of fabrics collocate with each other in accordance with the practicality, comfortableness and artistic quality of the interior function.

In this case, the designer successfully creates the decorative style of the Modern German Textile by the collocation and the combination of different fabrics in line with the client’s desire.

 

7. Choice of Ceramic

The ceramic more-frequently-used decoration material at present. Ceramic usually stands for the general term for potteries and porcelains. The potteries with some extent of water absorption and the rough surface may produce a guff and hoarse voice after being knocked; the porcelains enjoys higher sintering degree than potteries with enamel layers but without the ability of water absorption.

In this case, the designer selects the All-White colour laminated cabinet to make the limited interior space simpler and wider through strong ground reflection.

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