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Imagine Living
Art Deco - Miami style!
Ideabooks2,317
Questions5
Symmetrical Balance- Equal and the sides look the same, it looks good and not plain.
balanced out because it's symmetrical and uses colors that go well together and just the right amount.
This is an example of symmetrical balance. Its symmetrical because everything on each side looks alike and it creates a cold mood.
Symmetrical Balance: This shows symmetrical balance because each
This shows symmetrical balance because if you was to divide the whole room in half from in the middle all the furniture and other decorative items would match exactly
Symmetrical: It's really light and I like things to be symmetrical then to be asymmetrical.
chandelier are all the drama required in this modern space (just make sure the Windex is close by). The buffet provides the spot for displaying a symmetrical arrangement of well-chosen objects.
“Principles. Balance. This is an excellent example of formal balance. The symmetry is almost perfect” — ransomflanders
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks5,150
Questions4
side instead of just one this room also is symmetrical.
Symmetrical- Again, the sides look the same, equal weight
Symmetrical balance is used in this room by having the same layout on both sides of room
1. Balance This room is symmetrical, and isn't having a variety of colours making it
Balance can be symmetrical or evenly/unevenly balanced lines. Objects,values, colours, textures and shapes can be used in creating a balanced composition. In the living room balance is shown since everything is symmetrically balanced.
“very pretty” — laswantko
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks6,821
Questions13
Symmetry. Symmetrical arrangements work best for formal rooms. Asymmetrical arrangements make a room feel more casual.
The symmetrical arrangement makes this space look for formal but still
Symmetric Living Room = Forman: This set-up will match well with Our House because of the layout
a great balance using symmetrical design
symmetrical huge low couches -- would be better with higher couches for ease of sitting and getting up, but love the length and way furniture is arranged
symmetrical arrangement works best for a formal home. asymmetrical
SymmetricalWith symmetrical balance, objects are repeated or mirrored along a central axis. This sitting room is a masterful example of symmetrical balance, as every major piece — from the inviting sofas to the unusual table lamps — aligns along either side of the central line to create a harmonious
“Nice big living room , like book shelfs” — matri1315
Norelco Cabinets Ltd
7 Reviews
Rasberry
Ideabooks483
Questions1
Symmetrical Balance. It is an example of symmetrical balance because everything in the room is balanced and symmetrical and the same. It is a relaxing yet simple mood
Balance- symmetrical you could cut the room in half.
Although it's primarily a practical space, a bathroom works its best when it's beautiful as well as functional. In this symmetrical layout, custom his-and-her vanities on either side of the central bathtub divide the space. The dark wood pops beautifully against the neutral bathtub and tiles.
“A banheira na metade” — criscosta1234
Alexander James Interiors
Cleeves House
Ideabooks77,992
Questions30
Layout of 2 couches, symmetric tables and wall art
Symmetrical. The fireplace serves as the focal point in this monochromatic living room. Dividing the layout equally on either side allows guests to sit directly across from one another. Usually, symmetrical layouts like this dictate a more formal setting.
1. SymmetricalThe fireplace serves as the focal point in this monochromatic living room. Dividing the layout equally on either side allows guests to sit directly across from one another. Usually, symmetrical layouts like this dictate a more formal setting
“Couleur” — Andrée Brunet
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
red bench and pebble niche
Ideabooks7,017
Questions7
corner be symmetrical? In this case the answer is yes. The orange bench, controls, and even the stone joints in this shower create a balanced symmetry on the diagonal. Only the inset shelf is not mirrored above the corner. When seen from another angle, this bathroom is anything but symmetrical.
“Grey silver” — joanyeoh
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Agave in tapered steel container
Ideabooks2,050
Questions1
a feeling of balance. In a large garden, long axes tend to dominate, but in a smaller garden they can be an efficient way to use limited space: Symmetrical gardens tend to be calming and don’t jar the eye. Axes are often terminated with a focal point (a piece of sculpture or a plant with a sculptural
a feeling of balance. In a large garden, long axes tend to dominate, but in a smaller garden they can be an efficient way to use limited space: Symmetrical gardens tend to be calming and don’t jar the eye.
a feeling of balance. In a large garden, long axes tend to dominate, but in a smaller garden they can be an efficient way to use limited space: Symmetrical gardens tend to be calming and don’t jar the eye. Axes are often terminated with a focal point (a piece of sculpture or a plant with a sculptural
“focal point” — tmatthews
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Zeterre Design
Ideabooks3,561
Questions6
asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central axis, intersected by a narrow pool of water. The pavers’ pattern looks symmetrical around this centerline. While all the elements on each side are not mirror images, they work together beautifully.
asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central axis, intersected by a narrow pool of water. The pavers’ pattern looks symmetrical around this centerline. While all the elements on each side are not mirror images, they work together beautifully. http://www.houzz.com/ideaboo
asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central axis, intersected by a narrow pool of water. The pavers’ pattern looks symmetrical around this centerline. While all the elements on each side are not mirror images, they work together beautifully.
“Weird but cool” — Diane Morgensen
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