Surely you have often paid attention to the fact thatnow it is fashionable to hang two identical lamps next to each other, to put two identical vases. Today we will tell you what is the reason for the popularity of this technique, what items you need to choose and where to put them. The Result - Interesting Interior Decorating Effects If you've heard of the "rule of three", the power of compositions with an odd number of elements, then perhaps the idea of "pairing" will surprise you. But where the three attracts attention, the two works on other levels, amplifying the impact of the basic techniques, giving the interior depth and expanding the space. So stock up on your favorite items in double quantities - we'll show you how to use them to create a specific effect. 1. Depth effect: mirrors Two identical mirrors opposite each other create an endless corridor that enlarges the space, more precisely, erases its boundaries in principle. Another interesting variation of this technique is to hang the mirror on a reflective wall. A way not only to scale up a room, but also to blur the line between decoration and decor, drawing attention to the geometry of the room. 2.Symmetry effect: lamps Symmetrical arrangement of objects at the psychological level evokes a feeling of harmony of space, reliability and confidence. The decor repeating itself signals the observer: everything is in order, it is calm here. Most often, lamps are duplicated in this way, but think, for example, of double tables or identical chairs. Our opinion: - Symmetry gives the interior solidity and emphasizes order, but asymmetry in the decor allows the eye to travel and makes the room more interesting. Combine these two approaches: for example, decorate two identical bedside tables in different ways, and have bouquets of different flowers in twin vases. 3.Maneuverability effect: poufs, tables and armchairs Two identical objects in the interior create room for maneuver. By moving them together, you increase the effect and usable area, and by placing them at opposite ends of the room, you generate additional opportunities for use. Two armchairs without handles, placed side by side, are almost a sofa. And decorated with different patterns are two completely independent design elements. 4.Cozy effect: textile Several layers are an extremely practical solution. Layering works great for a cozy effect - both in fashion and in design. Even on a purely physical level, two layers of fabric instead of one in the decor of a bed or window are twice as good at protecting us from drafts, which means they increase the feeling of warmth and relaxation. Our opinion: - Do not overdo it: if you literally fill a room with carpets, bedspreads, curtains and capes, you will create the effect of an oriental bazaar, and even increase the amount of dust in the house several times. Quite enough tulle and curtains on the window, bedspreads and rugs on the bed, a few pillows in the living room. five.Contrast Effect: Carpets Laying a more dramatic rug on top of a neutral rug is a great way to add interesting décor by playing with contrasts. Try combinations of different colors - bright and pastel, textures - smooth and rough, patterns - floral and geometric to achieve the effect you want. 6.The effect of enhancing the impact: paintings by two paintings next to each other. They do not have to be exactly the same - images in similar frames, with similar themes, written in the same key, will do. Their impact will intensify, the plots will enter into dialogue. After all, two posters cover twice as much wall surface as one - sometimes that's important too.
December 20, 2017