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Rhythm creates flow

Rhythm creates flow

Rhythm in design is about creating patterns of repetition and contrast to create visual interest and flow, which moves the viewer's eyes around the space.

The design is tied together by duplicating elements, colours, shapes or patterns. For example, you can establish a rhythm by using a colour in the pillows,  picking it up in a painting, and again in a rug. 

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When you know the basic interior design principles, you can transform any space to look and feel special.

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