Why Repeating a Design Motif Works
Create a sense of cohesion and flow throughout your home by repeating key features.
(This article originally appeared on Houzz)
One of the key pieces of knowledge that interior design and architects rely on for a successful home aesthetic is to repeat chosen key features. This design consistency – and it doesn’t need to be big or permanent – creates a sense of cohesion and flow throughout a home.
This select repetition principle remains true regardless of whether the home is a new build, a period-true addition or a modern extension to a heritage home. Here, we show you 18 features – from architectural features to colour and material choice – that have been repeated to demonstrate why this fundamental rule works so well.
As on display in the Clifton, the timber grain that makes a feature of the kitchen cupboards.....
...is seen in the adjoining living area.
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