One of the easiest ways to accessorize and decorate a room in your home is to use symmetry. When you use symmetry for interior decorating you bring a balance and a sophisticated look that can restore just about any home.
Symmetry is one of the oldest tricks in the design books. As Leonardo da Vinci’s famous drawing demonstrated, it reflects the human body, with its right and left sides and navel in the center. In his book Symmetry, mathematics professor Marcus du Sautoy writes that our eyes and minds are constantly drawn to anything that embodies symmetry, be it art, architecture, or even music. Needless to say, it’s important to integrate some symmetry into your interior design.
Scroll below to get inspired by some beautiful uses of symmetry.
Designed by Amanda Nisbet, this living room is instantly pleasing due to its entirely symmetrical layout.
In an architecturally symmetrical dining room, interior designer Angie Hranowsky created symmetry using a table with matching leather chairs, a pair of chrome stools in the corner, a pair of tabletop plants, and a graceful mesh chandelier centered above.
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