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How the Pandemic has reshaped Interior Design

Updated: Jan 23, 2023

Pandemic changed every trend of interior designing.

Previously, aesthetic was the utmost priority, but now focus of interior designing has vastly shifted to functionality and flexibility.


• REMOTE LEARNING SPACES

Pandemic forced schooling, working to continue online. Due to this, now, designating multiple workspaces at home has become essential. Home office, work-learning nooks are the utmost requirements of every client.


• BIOPHILIC DESIGN

Having a connection to the nature nowadays is important for our physical as well as mental wellness. Choosing colors that promote peace, wellbeing, and a connection to nature as well as textures that are less about display and more about comfort and cocooning helps us improve our performance.





• HEAVY-DUTY HOME OFFICES

Previously, home offices were used rarely, but now working from home has gone from a rare perk to a company mandate. Home offices now have to include large desks, comfortable chairs and ample storage space.









• FOCUS ON FOYERS

Foyers and entryways are getting newfound importance as having a sanitary division between indoors and outdoors has become necessary. Foyers have become more functional as one takes off their shoes and washes their hands before entering.











• PARTITIONS

With everyone being at home, having separate spaces to themselves is important. Dividing the same space in different areas with the help of creative partitions has become very challenging.

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