By Stephaine Eberhardt. interior. Published at Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 - 06:05:51 AM.
Depending on the design you choose. you could opt to cover a whole room in a print. stick to one eye-catching design to create an accent wall. or highlight a particular area like an office nook or kitchen backsplash.Consider adding greenery. one of 2018's biggest trends.Add some greeneryThis may be an unconventional suggestion to some since it doesn't involve your typical forms of wall art.
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.
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.
Put simply. asymmetry makes things a little more interesting. It adds visual interest.Now that you know what asymmetry is. it's important to take a more in-depth look at why people use it in their designs. The most common reason is that it adds more visual interest. Where the repetition of symmetrical arrangements has a tendency to feel monotonous over time. asymmetrical looks keep us on our toes.