All professional designers produce in their work 3 principles:
– The principle of symmetry.
– Element asymmetry.
– Circular principle.
When used in the interior of the first principle (symmetry) need to pay special attention to the visual workload. The most popular version of this principle is the allocation of a particular centre in the room, and then around this centre need to place all the furniture.
The choice of center does not mean that all the furniture should be placed around the middle of the room, the center could be a window. If the center of the selected window, all existing furniture must surround it, it should be located so to avoid any feeling of congestion. If you use this principle of arrangement of furniture, it is necessary to pay special attention to the combination of colors and shapes in the furniture.
The principle of asymmetry, on the contrary, offers to arrange the furniture as they wish heart. Today this principle is more common than the first.
The circular principle is similar to the principle of symmetry, since also requires allocation of a certain center in the room. The difference is that the center of the circular principle can be more minor point – the chandelier, the pattern on the carpet. Allowed diverse mix of shapes and colors in the furniture.