Nowadays, architectural styles are not limited to traditions. The access of new building materials and more advanced technologies gives the opportunity to designers and architects result in more types of iconic buildings.
The fun part is not only showing on the outside look of a building but also the inside.
The above designs are shocking, amazing and fantastic, however, they are so far away from our everyday life. Well, the geometric figures are not far, they are everywhere. We may not be able to design an building, but we can make something small like origami and still can find way to use it to decorate our place.
Have you ever made a paper crane? You must have or at least saw someone made it. It is one of the most common origami. The ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by the Gods. There is no point to prove if it is true. The important part is that it believe in this. It is a base. Have you ever thought about other ways to use the origami crane instead of just putting them in a storage place? Here are some ideas for you.
How do you feel? The crane shadows created by the light and the moves of the hangs cranes by the wind, do they bring you back to your fairy tale?
Speaking of a fairy tale, they live in little children’s dream. You can make them an origami crane drop ornament. It is more fun and definitely shows more love when you make it instead of buying one. None of the drop ornaments on the market can compete with the one you made for your kids. What? You want one for yourself? Go nuts! it makes a good decoration piece in your home, too.
You can put them on a branch as a piece of wall decoration art or make them “fly” on your roof.
There are also origami lamps available on the market. They look fun and stylish. I am sure it will make a great piece in your home.
There are so many options for making your own small origami project for your home like a wall art or a clock.
Even more crazy, you can buy fancy origami not only for decoration but also for collections.
What do you think about using geometric shapes or origami in your interior design? Share your thoughts in the comments!