arrange SHAPES from big to small

When shapes are arranged from big to small, it is seen as a perspective

When shapes are arranged from big to small, it is seen as a perspective - all lines converge at one, two, or three points which creates an illusion of depth and space - see our drawing section.

If Items are placed together in a horizontal row we will compare each, in their space, and the brain decides if they are smaller, or further away.

using elements in you space which are big and small can bring a feeling of depth, making the area seem larger 

We often see items evenly spaced. When we view them they seem bigger near, and smaller in the distance.

Using big to small décor items adds depth to your space.

Glenise's piece reinforces this feeling 

Glenise uses large trees in the foreground. Using smaller ones in the background gives perspective.

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When you see an image in perspective, it will seem bigger in the foreground.

This concept can be used in a 2d painting.

Looking at Leonie's piece it seems bigger closer and smaller further.

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Using big to small décor items adds depth to your space.

This can be done visually. 

Jeanene uses tiles and lines to create depth in this piece.

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Jeanene's throws add drama when photographed in perspective.

see more of our throws in our Furnishings shop. Please contact us if you like something that is not in the shop at the moment, it may be still available.

SOME MOOD BOARDS WITH  SHAPES from big to small TO INSPIRE