By Elene Kawakami. interior. Published at Thursday, July 12th, 2018 - 10:22:51 AM.
All it takes to pull this look off is a little imagination. Start by going around your apartment and looking into the various possibilities available to you. Consider existing shelving. tabletops or other surfaces that could use a makeover. These days. many minimalist looks even include larger artworks that have been propped up on the floor as a style statement.
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.
It almost goes without saying that concrete and industrial design go hand in hand. You don't have to work hard to conjure images of former industrial warehouses turned sun-drenched lofts or reclaimed bits of machinery that have been transformed into chic accent pieces.If you're going to go this route. we suggest going big to really drive home your design inspiration.
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.