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What Makes A Design Attractive in Interiors?

Hello Everyone. Welcome to our Blog, Flicha Interiors. I am Harini Chandrashekar, Director @ Flicha Interiors authoring this blog.

Flicha Interiors, from the time of inception to now, has designed, renovated, remodelled close to 150 projects in Bangalore. The scope of work includes Interior Design, Home Renovation & Bathroom Renovation.

Designing 150+ projects so far has got us enough experience. But still the Excitement we feel when taking up the new Interior Design Project feels like we are the startup who got their 1st project.

The only thought that is constant when designing for a project is its Appeal. Functionality comes next only to Appeal. Of course, @ Flicha We Focus on Appeal + Functionality. That’s a story for another day.

Now, let me speak my experiences when it comes to creating attractive Interior Design.

We don’t get a second chance to make the first impression. Likewise, A Design without Attractive Appeal will not get a chance to consider its functionality. Meaning, Attraction is The Design’s First Impression.

What does it take to create attractive designs?

There are 3 important aspects to get attractive designs.

  1. Proportion
  2. Color Theme
  3. Placement

I will be explaining each aspect in Detail.


Proportion is a Design Principle in Art that refers to the Relative Size. In simple words, It is a comparison of sizes, shapes and quantities of individual element of the design to the whole. For example, The Eyes should be smaller than the face. Imagine having eyes larger than the face. Doesn’t it look awkward? In the same way, The elements of the design should be optimum and relative to the whole design. Imagine a Simple Unit. A Clock. Diameter 20 cm. Imagine the Hands of the clock being 4 ft and 6ft. Do you see now?

I have exaggerated a bit here. But, in summary. This is about the proportion in design.

To get an attractive design, one should follow the basic design principle of proportions.

Color Theme

The next biggest aspect of the Interior Design is the colour theme followed. When you are designing a unit, it is important to give the right colours to it. A Designer must keep in mind the ventilation available in that room to decide on the colors and color themes. When you are going for a uni color palette well and good. It not only gives uniformity but also it gives the illusion of Big Space. When the designer wants to choose the combination, If it is the blending colors the optimum ratio can be 50-50. If it is the contrasting colors, the dominant & recessive colors shall be at least 70% & 30% or vice-versa.

Note: It is good to avoid 50-50 ratio for contrasting colors. Like Black & White.


Another important aspect of the design is where is it getting placed? Is it in the periphery walls? Middle of the hall? In a corner? Near the windows? If one part of the room doesn’t receive any light, it is advisable to place units like TV Unit there. The ideal position for a dining table is near the window of the dining hall. Wardrobes should be placed where it faces the light source opposite or sideways and never below a light source. The designer partitions if made should properly divide the space in proportion or as per the construction allowance. When there is Beam, try to create a partition that blends with it and not beside it. It not only gives the shrunk look, the design gets disturbed.

For a design to look attractive, it also should be placed in the right spot.

There are more than these factors when it comes to designing attractive designs. I will be discussing them in my coming blogs. Do bookmark the blog page of Flicha Interiors.

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