Attic turns into the attic. Attic interior
The idea of ​​rational use of premises under the roof belongs to the French architect Francois Mansart. The name Mansarde has become firmly established in the languages ​​of various European…

Continue reading →

Symmetry in the interior
Symmetry in the interior is ubiquitous: a pair of identical chairs in the living room, two bedside tables on either side of the bed, twin covers on cushions, and even…

Continue reading →

other elements of decor

Symmetry in the interior

Symmetry in the interior is ubiquitous: a pair of identical chairs in the living room, two bedside tables on either side of the bed, twin covers on cushions, and even two windows in one room – this is symmetry. But why in one case it does not strike the eye and looks harmonious, and in the other causes irritation at the level of the subconscious? What generally gives symmetry in interior design and how to use this seemingly simple principle with the mind – says our article today.
Symmetry as a symbol of order
Let it be said that absolute symmetry in nature does not exist, but our brain perceives the symmetric picture best and fastest: it is understandable and a priori harmonious. Continue reading