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Achieving Balance Asymmetrical Interior Design. By using the principle of asymmetric interior design for kitchen walls, the designers managed to achieve a balance in an unusual space – one that is very modern and generate a large number of flowers. The foundations of the style include asymmetrical arrangement or design that is based on avoiding repetition, which is typical of the traditional or classic style. The kitchen wall was cut from the elbow is in a beautiful form of an isosceles triangle and provide regular out of view from both sides. Display wall itself also makes a striking statement indoors. Danger asymmetry in the room came about when it is overdone. Instead of achieving a balance that is unusual but fun, you could end up with the effect of ‘fun-house’.

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