By Elene Kawakami. interior. Published at Saturday, August 11th, 2018 - 12:51:34 PM.
The concrete look is here and it's ready to bring a subtle yet sophisticated edge to your interiors.If you need some convincing. this post is for you. We've broken down why concrete works so well and why it's set to become a fixture in the design landscape. Read on and. before you know it. you'll be ready to give concrete a shot.Concrete is the perfect fit for those who want an industrial aesthetic.Concrete creates an industrial edge
How to Decorate Your Rental Walls (and Still Get Your Deposit Back)Here's how to decorate rental walls without forfeiting your deposit.Rentals can be tricky. On the one hand. you want to make the space feel like home while you're living there. On the other. you don't want to make it so homey you kiss your security deposit goodbye. In particular. choosing to decorate rental walls can feel like walking a fine line.
Put simply. asymmetry is a type of balance that's often used in design. Typically. when people consider balance as a concept. they stick to working with symmetry — or mirror images — in their interiors. While that's always a viable option. it's far from the only one to choose from.In reality. there are three distinct forms of balance you can incorporate as part of your design. They are as follows:
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.