By Magan Deitz. interior. Published at Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 - 15:06:12 PM.
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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.
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.
Every room in your home needs a focal point. Since concrete is such a heavy material to work with. when it's used in design. it lends a ton of visual weight to the room. This means it will instantly draw the eye and ground the space. All told. these factors make concrete an excellent choice to become a focal point in your home.