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Design in Everyday Living (USU)

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I chose this one for implied light because the ripples on the wall give the light more places to bounce off of making the space seem more bright
I chose this one for implied light because the pattern on the wall with the ridges make the light bounce off of them and the white as opposed by the blue seems to give a path to it.
I chose this one for implied light because the light aqua blue on the wall seems to emit light.

Light

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I chose this one for the pattern. I thought that the herringbone floor pattern bleeding into the other flooring was a great idea and a cool transition.
I chose this one because it has the ridged wood design that I love. I think that it looks great, and the texture really lends itself to the organically curved seat.
I chose this one for pattern because of the hexagonal backsplash. I think it's a pretty cool pattern.

Pattern & Texture

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I chose one because the light red and the light green contrast each other nicely.
I chose one because the dark saturated reds and greens contrast each other while still adding matching pastel hues in the painting on the back making the space seem a little bit more harmonious.
I chose this one because the green and the light blue are very harmonious. Their more cool tones, except the dark green is just a little warmer due to the richness of the color.

Color & Color Harmony

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I chose this one because of the bar above the machines. I think that would be very useful.
I chose this for the subtle design feature on the wall. I really love that.

Personal Narrative

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I chose this one for shape because almost the entire space is straight and sharp. The only thing that isn't is the art on the wall. It's awesome, because they saw the need for a contrasting curve, and they did it with that.
I chose this one for shape because it mixes the bizarre curves of the lightbulbs with straight lined furniture.

Shape & Mass

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I chose this for symmetrical balance because the candles and chandelier all match. The trim and details all mirror the opposite side.
I chose this for symmetrical balance because the lamps and side tables are a mirror image of each other. The pillows do as well.
I chose this for symmetrical balance because of the matching black side tables and the white vases on top of them. The gold trim frames it all nicely.

Balance

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I chose this as an example of good staging because the curtains and the blanket match, along with the pillows. The entire space just has a nice feeling of continuity. The lights are on too.
I chose this as an example of good staging mainly because of the shelf above the bed. It looks great. A painting there isn't a bad idea, but the shelf with more pictures really does fill the space a little more. The change with the curtains also makes it seem more comfortable. The whole change is that of a college dorm to a master bedroom,
I chose this as an example of staging because the lighting is great, and the shelves are not empty, but still have space on them for people to think that it has a lot of space.

Accents and Staging

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I chose this one for harmony because the blue tile from the shower extended into the rest of the room. There were all kind of pastel colors.
I chose this one because the wood almost matched the rug. The wood on the chairs was the same as the table legs and it matched the table piece as well. The colors all seemed to be continuous throughout the space.
I chose this for harmony because the darker tones blended the interior and the golden appliances matched the windows too.

Contrast and Harmony

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