Tips to Make the Interior Design that Vapers Will Like

Ian Mutuli
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Do you plan to build a new home and need a house design to help you eliminate the vape smell? This article provides tips to help you design a unique house where you can vape while the bad smell leaves the house.

Vaping can leave residue on most surfaces. Since the vapor is airborne, it comes into contact with most things inside the room. It can even get into contact with your home's air conditioning vents. In most cases, the vapor is glycerin, meaning it's clear. It's like vegetable glycerin and closely relates to aerosol gas.

Even the best vapes emit a vapor that is more of an aerosol gas, consisting of tiny particles with nicotine, artificial flavorings, glycerin, and preservatives. Cleaning this residue can be difficult, depending on the surfaces where these particles stick. For instance, non-porous and smooth surfaces can wipe down quickly when you use a vinegar-water mixture and a wet cloth. Build-up on glass surfaces also may be easy to clean by rubbing alcohol on them.

On the other hand, surfaces like wood, carpet, and drywall require special care. These surfaces are more likely to absorb the residue, making it harder to clean.

Planning a House Design 

Research has shown that several factors determine the e-cigarette emissions' concentration and residence time in the environment, leading to possible secondhand exposure. As hinted, the house design and building materials can determine whether the particles will stick and their cleaning difficulties.

Therefore, considering the surface types for all rooms is essential when planning a home design. For example, if you plan to use your basement as a vaping lounge, avoid putting carpets or rugs in the room.

Also, avoid using anything made of wood or fabric in the room. Instead, opt for smooth and non-porous surfaces like tile or concrete. If you must use wood or cloth, ensure they are easy to clean with vinegar and water.

House Layout

The house layout is also a vital consideration. So, apart from selecting suitable materials for the rooms, consider them because they can play a crucial role in eliminating the vape smell. For instance, the room where you will be using the best vape should have ample open space in the middle. That way, vapor can have adequate space to facilitate air circulation. Also, avoid placing any furniture in front of windows or doors. And this will prevent air from circulating and cause the vape smell to become trapped in the room.

Choose Bright Colors

Research has shown a correlation between visualizing fragrances and colors. Therefore, consider how the colors of the room where you will be vaping will affect the vape smell. Light colors reflect light, and this can make the room appear brighter. Bright colors tend to make rooms feel more open and airy. And this can help reduce the vape smell in a room. However, dark colors absorb light, making a room feel smaller and more closed off.

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And this can make you feel the vape smell trapped in the room. If you're unsure which color to choose, you can always ask for help from a professional interior designer.

Consider the Rooms’ Function

When planning your home's design, it's crucial to think about how you want each room to function. For example, if you want your basement to be a place where you can relax and vape, design the space accordingly.

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Ensure that the basement has plenty of seating and that the furniture's arrangement promotes conversation. Also, ensure enough lighting so you can see what you're doing. You don't want to accidentally drop your vape because it's too dark in the room.

Design the House with Fans for Ventilation

Another way to reduce the vape smell in your home is to design it with fans for ventilation. And this will help to circulate air and prevent the vape smell from becoming trapped in a room. You can use floor fans, ceiling fans, or portable fans. Placing the fan in front of the open window allows fresh air into your home.

You can use floor fans, ceiling fans, or portable fans. You can use the fan in front of the open window to bring fresh air into the house. Also, you can place the fan in the doorway of a room to help circulate air. Just ensure you don't block airflow with furniture or other objects.

If you plan to use an air conditioner, you can use it to help circulate air. Also, you can use a dehumidifier to help remove moisture from the air in the room where you will be using your good vapes. Removing water from the air can also help you reduce the vape smell.

Work with a Professional Interior Designer 

Maybe you're uncomfortable with your ability to design the house, especially where you can use the best vaping devices and enjoy the experience. In that case, hire an interior home designer. Hiring a professional has numerous benefits. For instance, the designer will help you select each room's materials. 

Also, they will help you choose the proper layout for your home. Lastly, they can help you choose the right paint colors for each room. If you decide to hire an interior house designer, make sure you interview several designers before making your final decision.

Ask them about their experience designing homes, their design process, and their portfolio. Select a home designer with home interior design experience, especially designing vapers' houses. Once you've found a designer you trust, work with them to create a custom design for your home. 

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Like you would do extensive research when looking for the best vapes to buy, choosing a home design shouldn't differ. Take the time to understand how the overall home's interior design will facilitate air circulation in the house. These home interior design tips can help you reduce the vape smell from your house. Also, they can help you create a comfortable and inviting space for your family and guests. Therefore, follow them when designing your home's interior and work with an expert to perfect it.  

Ian Mutuli

About the author

Ian Mutuli

Founder and Managing Editor of Archute. He is also a graduate architect from The University of Nairobi, Kenya.