By Elene Kawakami. interior. Published at Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 - 07:31:33 AM.
Wood slatted room dividers create a small library or sitting room in an open loft.Adding uplights and some greenery to a slatted room dividing wall create a zen vibe.The wood slats of this contemporary home were stained in a rich black tone. Each slat rotates to close off the space completely or open it up as shown.This room divider hides the stairwell.
The last step to becoming a master of asymmetrical design is to know how to apply these concepts in your own home. While there are no hard-and-fast rules for this one. we do have a couple of suggestions to get started.Make it a focal point: If you're going big with your asymmetrical element (like the fireplace above). make sure it's something that would be a natural focal point and build the rest of your design around it.
It can be big or small: Asymmetry doesn't always have to make a huge statement. Sometimes even piv0ting a chair at an angle is enough.Use odd numbers: Arranging groupings in odd numbers is a great way to utilize asymmetrical design.Remember coordinating elements: When you're going asymmetrical. it's crucial to include a few common threads to help pull everything together.
Concrete gives the room instant texture.It adds texture.We've talked before about how texture can help bring untold amounts of visual interest to your space. Remember. in an interior design context. texture refers to the way an element looks like it feels. Everyone knows the feeling of running their hands over concrete. so including one of these items in your design fosters an instant connection with the viewer.