By Stephaine Eberhardt. interior. Published at Friday, August 24th, 2018 - 15:32:14 PM.
If simply displaying art is not to your taste. you may not have to forgo hanging entirely. Here. it's all about getting creative with the way they're hung. Take the picture above as an example. With a little planning. a variety of household items can be transformed into part of a DIY gallery.
Many modern aesthetics. especially those that advocate for simplicity like Scandinavian design or Japandi. count on plant life to give their interiors a much-needed pop of visual interest. With that in mind. if you choose to go this route. you'll be solidly on-trend.One caveat to this: Unlike the other suggestions in this post. adding greenery into your interiors does come with a promised commitment of ongoing care.
Symmetrical/formal balance: This type of balance is created by taking the room and splitting it into two halves that mirror each other. It could. for example. include a living room that features two sofas with a coffee table between them.Asymmetrical/informal balance: In this case. the room is balanced by the repetition of similar forms. lines and colors. but there is no mirroring or exact duplication.
Put simply. asymmetry is a type of balance that's often used in design. Typically. when people consider balance as a concept. they stick to working with symmetry — or mirror images — in their interiors. While that's always a viable option. it's far from the only one to choose from.In reality. there are three distinct forms of balance you can incorporate as part of your design. They are as follows: