Archive for December, 2011
By grouping tables should always leave a reasonable space between each other, never quite stuck them. The boxes are smaller the smaller the distance between them. By contrast, the larger the greater the distance boxes to separate them. Never the width of the tables should be less than the space between them. Tables on furniture […]
Tables disordered and in different sizes and motives are always a creative choice and high visual impact. Are usually grouped by hanging a first central box and the other from the first frame.
The pictures online are useful to affect the apparent proportions of a space. A vertical line of the roof makes pictures seem more removed from our sight. In small rooms, narrow tables should be placed vertically. This will create the illusion of a higher roof and, therefore, increases the feeling of height in its entirety. […]
There is symmetry in the distribution of pictures when we can, by horizontal or vertical cut, split the distribution into two parts exactly equal and opposite. This distribution suggests order and is easy to perform. The distribution of tables allows different alternatives symmetrically: in horizontal or vertical, double or triple in horizontal or vertical, forming […]
The paintings stand out mainly because they capture our attention immediately. They can be used intentionally to guide our eyes to a wall or an area. Any error or imbalance in the distribution will be quickly noticed by the observer’s eye and will impact on the perception of the overall decor.
The paintings adorn the walls, add character and provide an important resource among the different elements of decoration. They are useful to enhance the decorative style and help create visual effects. Individually or in groups improved concept pictures of the decor, well-used add value, but a wrong distribution in the walls causes annoying visual impact […]
There are five systems to illuminate a room, defined based on the amount of direct light, indirect, diffuse or a combination thereof, which comes to the environment or particular area. The interior can be used either of these systems, either one or several in the same space. Direct Lighting: The flow of light is directed […]
Electric light sources we can find are three: incandescent filament, tungsten halogen and discharge. This division is important because the light source directly affects how we perceive colors. Incandescent Filament Lamps: Filament incandescent lamps are those that cross the river by a tungsten wire filament, heating it up to put incandescent light using the energy […]
A type of theatrical lighting, oriented only to create a certain atmosphere and generally emits light that is not enough to illuminate an activity. The design of the device or the way light is projected is what you choose, before any practical consideration. This type of lighting can be given by a particular effect on […]
It is a type of light more intense and focused that aims to illuminate a work area or activity. Most often it is a good complement to the decor and light accompanying general. For reading and writing areas using floor lamps or table. Other types of wall sconces or ceiling lights on a useful guide […]