1,724 Symmetry Contemporary Home Design Photos

The Garden Consultants, Inc.
1 Review
Agave in tapered steel container
Ideabooks2,263
Questions1
3. Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms
3. Designing along the axis. Bilateral symmetry. Symmetry is calming. Axes often terminate with a focal point
axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another at a point
along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another
Use of axis to create symmetry.
“steel planter” — hkwilliams
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks5,318
Questions4
This room is all about symmetry, black and white, and natural light. Note how the light reflects off the dark lacquer furniture.
the black swan part out of her soul. Perhaps if his office had had more symmetry like this room, Nina could have maintained her mental balance.
surveyor style lamps frame the inside of a spectacular window and add to the symmetry of the space. They are also the only elements that add a bit of black to
Few things make a room feel crisp and clean like perfect symmetry. This pair of couches makes the room feel balanced.
“Lighting fixture” — paulrj
Highgate House
4 Reviews
Beach House
Ideabooks4,119
Questions8
closer together or taking one of them away. This arrangement avoids the symmetry trap through the use of two paintings above the sideboard that, although
Avoid too much symmetry or it will look very formal. An unstudied gathering that moves the eye
closer together or taking one of them away.This arrangement avoids the symmetry trap through the use of two paintings above the sideboard that, although
“Timber lining to walls for beach feel” — stevenjparsons
Loudoun County Landscape Architecture
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Living Areas
Ideabooks2,768
Questions3
The symmetry...Shapes symmetry...I like the symmetry
“Symmetry” — Julia Woolnough
Gregory Phillips Architects
House Remodelling and Extension-Guildford
Ideabooks586
Questions0
Style with symmetry The symmetry of these twin pedestal basins and corresponding mirrors is very pleasing to the eye, creating a calm space (a boon on
morning). This look works best with clean-lined statement pieces.See more symmetry
Symmetry, slate, mirror, storage.
“Sink” — kimirenerussell
Camilla Pringle Interiors
3 Reviews
Seaside kitchen
Ideabooks204
Questions1
Like the symmetry and lack of overhead cupboards
Symmetry was an important factor in the design of the kitchen. ‘I’m a bit obsessive when it comes to symmetry,’ Camilla admits. ‘I wanted the kitchen to
freedom to keep the kitchen area sleek and sophisticated. Camilla worked the symmetry further with two full-length cupboards either side of the work space, one
“Like the symmetry and lack of overhead cupboards” — jelly01
Vendome Press
Katie Ridder Rooms
Ideabooks11,556
Questions9
3. Interrupt symmetry to provoke. It's easy to spot the symmetry in this dining room, because the middle of the dining
chandelier. But the photo layout on the wall is where we see this pattern of symmetry interrupted — the frames and mats of the outermost bird artworks are different
“I don't like the color or the art, but I like the art placement against the bold color.” — Jessica Waters
Benco Construction
6 Reviews
Sims Road
Ideabooks1,154
Questions3
against a wall, cover it with fresh white linens and call it a daybed. Create symmetry with matching bookcases, lamps or tables flanking the daybed — shop your
against a wall, cover it with fresh white linens and call it a daybed. Create symmetry with matching bookcases, lamps or tables flanking the daybed — shop your
“Wall paper and bed” — betsyrg
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