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Elements of Design
Space. The change in ceiling height separates this room into two different areas.
Texture. The rough tactile texture of the headboard adds interest to the room.
Form. The squares behind the bed create geometric form and lead the eye to the back wall.
Texture. The cushy rug and fluffy pillows create a feeling of comfort and add a soft texture to the room.
Line. The horizontal lines on the wood wall as well as the windows create the illusion of a wider room.
Space. The cutouts in the wall separate the room into different areas. The rugs and wooden floors also create separate spaces.
Line. The long vertical mirror, vertical windows, and drapes add height to the room.
Form. The abstract form rearranges the recognizable chair.
Form. The painting of the branches creates a free form in the room and works together with the wood backdrop to create a "naturey" feel
Texture. The stones create a rough tactile texture in this room.
Line. The room is full of horizontal lines that create a wider looking room. The room gives off a calm feeling.
Space. The actual room looks small, but the arrangement of furniture around the rug makes it appear bigger. Good use of space!
Line. The diagonal line of the staircase creates excitement and movement.
Line. The light shade, lamp base, and pot are all curved lines and create an openness in the room.
Form. The random 3-D structures above the bed draw the eye upward.
Form. The door fits its intended function, but is abstract in appearance.
Texture. The wallpaper appears to have a rough texture, but in reality is smooth to the touch.
Space. The white shelves divide the room vertically, and the rug and wood floors divide the room horizontally.
Space. The area is wide open and vacant.