Principles of Art
There are five basic principles of art whosoever must consider decorating a room so that the result would be attractive. These are:
Let explain one by one to the above Art Principles .
The proportion principle is now and then called code of relations. It is an Arian principle that the length and width of any place or thing should have 2: 3. For instance, if a room is 12 feet wide the length should be 18 feet. The color of room and the size of room have also a relationship with each other. If a room is small then you can create spaciousness by light paint on walls. The color on wall should match with other things color scheme. Suppose, if the color of walls is white or off-white then cove of couch, curtain, carpet and other decoration pieces must have wanton color scheme.
It means to decorate the things together in such a way that their trivial sign should spellbinding. We can divide balance in further two forms ie Formal and Informal. Informal Balance has more darkness, freedom, the right of choice and variety while Formal Balance is reversed.
Harmony means unanimity which can be found in the following:
I. In form or line
II. In size or magnitude
III. In creation
IV. In the surface
V. In colors
To arrange the room or any thing under consider the above five elements, it can made eye-catching. Unanimity means your creation aggregately striking and impressive.
Rhythm means the movement of scene from one thing to another. Each movement is not pleasant if you feel weariness and hindrance to watch the movement of one thing to another then its sign could not be comfortable. When take a glance from one decoration to another in continuation then it give comfort to heart and soul. On the other hand, if unable to create rhythm then the sign of creation would not be symmetrical.
It means to give central importance to anything. Such as to keep the things on a similar place which draw attention towards initially.