Monday, 27 February 2012

Two chairs in a space ...

Styled by Shannon Fricke via DJ

Designed by David Hicks via DJ

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful weekend, today I'm going to talk about the rule of three when it comes to interior design.

The basic idea of the rule is that details and objects that are arranged or grouped in odd numbers are more appealing, memorable and effective than even numbered pairings. While it is easier to create symmetry by balancing elements in twos, odd numbers create harmony and force movement and visual interest.

Even though there are two chairs in each of these spaces, creating symmetry, they are still grouped as an arrangement of three pieces of furniture .... and don't they look fantastic!



  1. It definitely provides just the right balance! Great spaces Marina :)

    Abbey x

  2. Yes they do and thanks so much for the linkback,
    xxx dj

  3. Ooohh, yes, I get it! Thanks for the tip!! I love the first image best.

    I just gave you two awards over on my blog :)

    ~ Clare x

  4. I am absolutely in love with these chairs! They are really amazing. Can you tell me a bit more about the two in the very first picture?


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