By Shelia Wertman. interior. Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 22:00:01 PM.
Take a second to think of all the mirror images you've seen in interior design. More than likely. the images you're thinking of are stately living rooms that feature double couches or a long dining table with two rows of identical chairs. This rigid duplication of symmetrical design has a tendency to present as more formal and even a little stuffy.
Though this list is by no means exhaustive. here's a quick rundown of some options:Use S-hooks and decorative rope to hang pictures from your molding.Enlist the help of wash-tape.Get some of those removable wall hooks.Opt for some Velcro.In this case. being satisfied with the method of installation and the final look of your pieces is key.
When working with removable wallpaper. the first step is to gauge the quality of your walls. Look for ones that aren't heavily textured or have lots of loose plaster. Smoother walls reduce your chances of having air pockets under the design on installation and ending up with a bubbly look.With the walls prepped. the possibilities are endless.
Repeating elements with similar colors. lines and shapes are the way to go.Use your perception: Pay attention to how your asymmetrical elements make you feel. If something feels “off” about your design. you may have to make a few tweaks until everything makes sense.Will you be giving asymmetry a chance?Believe it or not. asymmetry is a foundational principle of interior design.