The first thing the new Astra has that many other cars don’t is dedicated storage spaces for the twenty things people most often bring along in their cars. The storage spaces are also located as close as possible to where people tend to want to put these items. This means that there are spaces in the glove compartment for coins and pens, as well as two separate mini storage compartments.
The trunk of the new Astra has also been redesigned. There is now an extra compartment where you can put a warning triangle or first aid kit. The floor of the trunk can also be lifted and set at different levels so that some things can be stored below the floor and others above, depending on your needs.
Louis XIV – In the middle of the 17th century, the king of France, Louis XIV, favoured a very grand style of interior. Furniture was heavy and finishings were fussy. Gilding was everywhere – on doors, furniture, mouldings – and yet more decoration was added with boule marquetry on furniture, (using tortoiseshell and brass) and detailed paintings on ceilings.
Space – Space considerations are on of the more advanced concepts. From Feng Shui to traditional British style, space is something to pay attention to. Does your room feel open and free or cluttered and narrow? There is no real right or wrong when it comes to use of space, but consider having less furniture in a small room to give it a larger appearance and having more furniture in a large room to keep it from appearing open and barren are effective design concepts.
When it comes to interior design for your vehicle, there are a number of simple and affordable additions that can revitalize your interior faster than you can say ”queer eye for the straight guy.” And as any of those guys will tell you, simply tossing in a set of fuzzy dice ain’t gonna cut it, honey. Here are three of the easiest and most affordable upgrades you’ll ever make to your vehicle.