By Magan Deitz. interior. Published at Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 - 22:14:04 PM.
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.
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A living room done in an asymmetrical style might feature a sofa with an end table on one end and a floor lamp on the other.Radial balance: Radial balance is the most infrequently used option on this list. but it involves similar objects being placed around a common center point. It's most often seen in dining table arrangements where the same chair is used throughout.
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.