living room minimalist. Saturday , July 07th , 2018 - 15:51:37 PM
Just by adding some soft furnishing touches in the right places in our own living rooms, we can considerably improve the sound quality from even the most basic of sound systems. The added benefit is that we can still keep a minimalistic 'clean-look' to our home space by understanding how different surfaces affect and modify sound waves. A mix of 'absorption' surfaces (curtains, rug etc) and 'diffusion' surfaces (bookcase, wall unit etc) will make a difference, and the beauty of this solution is that you can move and change the positions of most of these suggestions until you find the right mix for your room. Go ahead and give it a try in your home!
By now you may have got a hint of where I'm heading with all this! The fact is that hard surfaces are bad news for good sound. The restaurant example above illustrates perfectly how sound is bounced around off hard surfaces, creating unappealing volume and resonance. Extrapolate this to our picture of the 'ideal' living room so often depicted in glossy magazines and we can see that this minimalistic look, with lots of hard surfaces, will not seem quite so desirable once the surround sound is switched on!
Just because the design is minimal, that doesn't mean the space has to look sparse and empty or devoid of personality. On the contrary, a minimalist design guides you towards a lifestyle that is essentially you and totally functional.
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