Lincoln Park Well-Traveled Executive

The symmetrical layout in this Great Room is perfectly complimented by the wood beams. Touches of glamour in the chandelier and vintage gold mirror truly make this an interesting space.

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daphne_woody
Daphne Woody added this to Principles of Design/Daphne Woody6 October 2022

99% of this room is symmetrical

emma_bunn30
Emma Bunn added this to Formal Balance30 September 2022

When you split it in half it is the same.

macie_pass
Macie Pass added this to Elements of Design23 September 2022

Space~ There's a balanced amount of negative and positive space. It's not too cluttered and not too open.

siena_yowan
Siena Yowan added this to Book 116 September 2022

The chairs make the room have symmetrical balance and it creates the illusion of the room looking more formal

emma_kaiser77
Emma Kaisee added this to Emma Kaiser’s Block 4 Idea Book25 February 2021

This space is an example of symmetrical balance. You can see balance in the couches, chairs, beams, windows, fireplace and really everywhere in the space. It makes the space look more traditional and formal.

tyler_bruntmyer
Tyler Bruntmyer added this to Principles of design21 October 2020

This picture has symmetrical balance. The pillows on the couch match perfectly and the two chairs are symmetrical with eachother

anika_bloomquist
ANIKA BLOOMQUIST added this to Elements And Principles Of Design11 May 2020

The balancing of this room is an example of symmetrical balance, which creates uniformity across the room and ties both sides together.

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