Published at Friday, May 18th, 2018 - 01:53:27 AM. Home Design. By Diana Wulf.
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The most formal and least natural effect is of course derived from strict symmetry, while asymmetrical balance can produce a clear, logical composition, which is also more stimulating and less contrived. Neither do geometrical shapes necessarily imply straight lines and right‐angles. Curved lines are softer and more natural in feel than straight ones, but to maintain the underlying strength of the design, the radius of the curve should equal or be proportionate to other prominent lines in the garden.
Rusty Orange Bathroom. In this large, modern bathroom by Thomas Roszak Architecture, the orange is not so bright yet still adds cheer to the room. This orange is more akin to fall leaves, which gives this space a comforting feel. Large windows provide plenty of daylight.
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