When it comes to designing a home, many are not familiar with actual design terms. However, there are two terms that should be highly stressed when developing a design concept for your personal space. In today’s post, we will explain the difference between Symmetry vs. Asymmetry.
They say less is more. Symmetry plays a major design factor in minimal, modern spaces, and clean traditional living spaces. Symmetry often involves an effortless pattern of direct uniformity; simply meaning that chairs are directly aligned and that there’s a clean balance of corresponding decorative elements, etc.
Asymmetry is strongly linked to those who favor a more dramatical approach when designing a space. Decorative details more than often present a strong sense of juxtaposition and lack subtle balance. However, there are many design enthusiasts who execute balanced asymmetry. Those who master this form of complicated style usually possess a “creative eye” for detail and a profound understanding of elaborate design forms.