How to make the best interior of your car
It’s one of those things that goes so well in theory, but which doesn’t quite work out the way you thought it would.
The most basic principle of interior design is to maximise the amount of space that can be utilised in a car.
The more space you can utilise, the more you can put into the bodywork, the seats, the dashboards, the door panels, and the overall feel of the interior.
As we all know, the interior of a car is the area of the vehicle where you can actually see what’s going on inside.
It is what’s called the passenger compartment.
When the interior is spacious, it means the interior space is greater than the area around it.
In fact, you can measure this by measuring the amount and width of the areas around the seats and the rear seats.
If the interior spaces are wide, you’ll end up with a lot of the space around the dashboard and the passenger seat being covered.
If the interior was too narrow, the amount that could be used up will be limited.
That said, there are some things you can do to make an interior space bigger.
There are some basic principles of interior decorating that you need to know and understand to maximising the space inside your car.
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