(TRANSITION) The drapes has a curve and then goes more straight down. Also, the curves attracts the eyes and makes the eyes follow the curve.
(TRANSITION) The couch is a transition because it has the curve on the back of the couch. The curve leads the eyes and makes the eyes follow the curve.
(TRANSITION) The entry-way to the dining room has a curve and leads the eyes. This picture is an arched doorway.
(OPPOSITION) The entry-way that leads to the other room creates a right angle. The wall and ceiling create the right angle.
(OPPOSITION) The window also forms a right angle. This is an example of opposition.
(OPPOSITION) Opposition is when lines come together to form a right angle. So, the rectangle on the lower half of the door forms a right angle.
(GRADATION) Stairs are a perfect and accurate examples of gradation. The stairs goes up and down.
(GRADATION) The candles hung on the wall is an examples of gradation. The candles goes from short or tall.
(GRADATION) The design on the door goes from a big rectangle to a smaller rectangle. Gradation is when something gradually gets smaller or larger.
(RADIATION) In the picture, the circular center piece is a circle. The chairs and couch radiates outward from the glass table.
(RADIATION) The actual glass in the mirror is a circle. The silver decor radiates outward from the circular glass.
(RADIATION) The center piece of the picture is the round table. The chairs move outward from the circular center piece.
(REPETITION) The tile on the walls and floor is repeated throughout the bathroom. There is pretty much tile everywhere.
(REPETITION) The color blue is repeated throughout the room. Also, the blue ties the room together and everything matches.
Milano-41X Wenge Melinga Interior Door, 30x80, Door Slab Only
(REPETITION) The design on the door repeats and only has one design.