By Digna Emerick. interior. Published at Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 - 14:23:09 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.
Read over this post and consider our tips carefully. We're sure when you learn more about the why and how of this design technique. you'll be ready to give it appropriate attention in your home.What do you think of asymmetry? Will you be making an effort to include more of it in your interiors? Let us know in the comments below.
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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.