September 10, 2011 Leave a comment
This week’s Interior Design article is going to be about the use of lines in your rooms. As one of the basic elements of design, it is crucial to know more about these things that often pass by, unnoticed and without getting any special attention.
This stands in stark contrast to the high value a line can add to the desired area. It is characteristic, that lines only describe the length and width and not the depth, which is why lines in interior design are defined as two dimensional elements that move the eye around the room. Lines mark the shortest distance between two points and can be found in a great variety of different designs. They can be seen, when looking at the architecture of a room, the furniture shapes or even the patterns on fabrics and wallpaper. A line has the power to control two things: firstly it controls how the eye moves around the room and secondly it controls how people feel. Read more of this post