By Exie Pinkowski. interior. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 08:46:40 AM.
Take the picture above as an example. The fireplace has such a commanding presence that your eye is pulled to it. If you're willing to go this bold. an architectural element definitely fits the bill. It's also possible to go more subtle. A concrete island instantly becomes a conversation piece in your kitchen and a coffee table easily grounds a seating area.
Which is why. today. we're going back to basics. We're about to take a look at why asymmetry is a crucial component of design in our homes.Keep reading to learn more about what exactly asymmetry is. why it matters and how you can pull it off in your own interiors. We're sure by the time you've finished reading. you'll be ready to make a few adjustments of your own.Asymmetry is a type of balance.What is asymmetry?
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.
The light-color stain of the wood slats adds a natural Scandinavian feel to the small studio space.Why Asymmetry Is an Important Part of Interior Design (and How to Make it Work)It may seem counterintuitive. but asymmetry matters in interior design.Though trends are an important part of the interior design landscape. nothing can overtake the necessity of understanding the fundamentals of how design works.