2,657 asymmetrical Home Design Photos

John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Russian Hill
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This is an example of asymmetrical and it creates a dull kind of boring mood.
Balance. There's asymmetrical balance between the chairs and couch.
Balance- Asymmetrical balance between the couch and the cars.
Principle: Balance In asymmetrical balance, objects of different sizes, shapes and colors may be used in an infinite number of ways.
“living room” — johnest
Kashmere Interiors and Draperies
portfolio pictures
Ideabooks3,225
Questions5
This shows asymmetrical balance because if you dive the room in half either
This room is asymmetrical by having a couch on one side and two chairs on the other side.
Asymmetrical Having the fire place more to the right side and the chairs on the right it causes this room to be asymmetrical. Because of the fireplace this room has a warm relaxing mood.
asymmetrical. interesting how the designer balanced out the fireplace with the art work and furniture.
If you have an architectural element that demands attention, try hanging art where it won't compete. This quartet of pictures aligns with the asymmetrical fireplace rather than the mantel.
“Furniture” — dwarzala
MJ Lanphier
5 Reviews
MJ Lanphier
Ideabooks2,069
Questions8
This is another example of asymmetrical balance and it creates a very cluttered mood.
Asymmetrical Balance. This room is asymmetrical balance because they are opposite chairs on either side of the table. This room is bright and
Balance Asymmetrical: The objects placed on the table are off-setting the room. To balance this out and make this room asymmetrical, the red chair is placed on the opposite side of the table.” “framework is asymmetrical. I love how these chairs, while all different
different in design and color, work together.” “framework is asymmetrical. I love how these chairs, while all different in design and color, work together.”
Asymmetrically Balanced: the chairs and decorations are all different
“Love how these framed frames are also shelves!” — Armand Lee & Company, LTD
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Dana Wolter
1 Review
Vestavia Home
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NOTICE UPHOLSTERED HEADBOARD. Another trick that works well for asymmetrical windows: Partially overlap the windows with wall-to-wall drapes to reveal only what you want. No one can tell if these windows are asymmetrical or not.
that works well for asymmetrical windows: Partially overlap the windows with wall-to-wall drapes to reveal only what you want. No one can tell if these windows are asymmetrical or not.
Good idea for arkward windows...............Another trick that works well for asymmetrical windows: Partially overlap
Another trick that works well for asymmetrical windows: Partially overlap the windows with wall-to-wall drapes to reveal only what you want. No one can tell if these windows are asymmetrical or not.
“Curtains” — janahi2013
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks2,734
Questions8
asymmetrical. good article on asymmetrical, symmetrical and radial design
This is Asymmetrical because its wide and open.
very wide and open this is asymmetrical
this is asymmetrical because it has more objects on one side than the other.
Asymmetrical Asymmetrical balance makes for a more relaxed and lively interior space. This balance scheme uses a central line but relies more on the eye's sense of balance to complete the design. Rather than having identical objects on either side of the central axis, asymmetrically balanced
“cool look” — jhullinger
Greg Trutza
1 Review
Asian Gallery
Ideabooks584
Questions0
peaceful vibe. Typically asymmetrical balance, as shown here, appeals more to the philosopher than formal or symmetrical balance. Asymmetrical balance simply means that the visual weight of the components appears to be equal, not that both sides are mirror images. Asymmetrical balance tends to inspire
peaceful vibe. Typically asymmetrical balance, as shown here, appeals more to the philosopher than formal or symmetrical balance. Asymmetrical balance simply means that the visual weight of the components appears to be equal, not that both sides are mirror images. Asymmetrical balance tends to inspire
peaceful vibe.Typically asymmetrical balance, as shown here, appeals more to the philosopher than formal or symmetrical balance. Asymmetrical balance simply means that the visual weight of the components appears to be equal, not that both sides are mirror images. Asymmetrical balance tends to inspire
“plants” — margielynnj
CWB Architects
C O B U R N - A R C H I T E C T U R E
Ideabooks3,933
Questions3
Asymmetrical plaster / adobe fireplace with thin wood mantelpiece.
asymmetrical fireplace surround and simple mantel
This is an example of asymmetrical balance. The fireplace is asymmetrical because it's off balance. On one side there is three candles and on the other side is a vase. Everything is different in the
floating hearth, asymmetrical wood mantle and firebox opening
In a room dominated by straight lines, a little asymmetry creates drama. Although this firebox is centered on the wall, the asymmetrical placement of the surround and mantle make the arrangement more interesting. A raised hearth provides a place to display decorative pieces or even to sit on cold evenings
“fire place” — docanashah
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks6,965
Questions13
home. asymmetrical arrangements make a room feel more casual
Symmetry. Symmetrical arrangements work best for formal rooms. Asymmetrical arrangements
Symmetry. Symmetrical arrangements work best for formal rooms. Asymmetrical arrangements make a room feel more casual.
Symmetrical arrangements work best for formal rooms. Asymmetrical arrangements make a room feel more casual.
Symmetry. Symmetrical arrangements work best for formal rooms. Asymmetrical make a room feel more casual.
Symmetry. Symmetrical arrangements work best for formal rooms. Asymmetrical arrangements make a room feel more casual.
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